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Professor Nick Rawlins is Vice-President (Development and International) of the Toulouse School of Economics and Emeritus Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience at the University of Oxford. He will take up a post as Master of Morningside College in late 2018. His research spans areas including the neural basis of memory, brain degeneration, pain and anxiety. He completed his BA and DPhil at University College, Oxford and was appointed to a series of posts there before becoming Watts Professor of Psychology in 2007 and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Development and External Affairs in 2010. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Professor Christopher Gane was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Law in September 2011. Prior to coming to the Chinese University of Hong Kong he held the Chair of Scots Law at the University of Aberdeen where he was Dean of the Faculty of Law from 1995 to 2000. In 2004 he was appointed University Vice-Principal (Pro Vice-Chancellor) and in 2008 he was appointed Head of the College of Arts and Social Sciences (which comprised the Schools of Business; Divinity, History and Philosophy; Education; Language and Literature; Law; Social Sciences). His research and teaching interests include domestic Criminal Law and Procedure, International Criminal Law and Human Rights.
Dean of Students
Colin A. Graham
Professor Graham has been a Professor in the Accident and Emergency Academic Unit at CUHK since 2007. He qualified in 1994 and undertook higher specialist training in emergency medicine in Glasgow, Scotland. He combines clinical practice in emergency medicine with research into trauma and emergency medicine and is an active clinical teacher. He is Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Emergency Medicine and has contributed to several medical books.
Associate Master & Dean of General Education
Professor Ann Huss received her BA in Political Science and Chinese Studies from Wellesley College and PhD in Chinese Literature from Columbia University. Fluent in Putonghua, Ann brings a wealth of experience in classroom teaching, program design and administration, curriculum development, and strategic planning to Morningside. Before coming to Hong Kong, Ann taught at Columbia, Colgate University, and at her alma mater, Wellesley. From 2006 to 2011, she served as Assistant Professor and later, Associate Director, of the Centre for East Asian Studies at CUHK, where she directed the BA and MA in Chinese Studies Programs and taught courses on Chinese film and literature. Ann has been a Fellow in the National Committee on US-China Relations Public Intellectuals Program and her translation work has been supported by a PEN Translation Grant.
Dora obtained her Bachelor Degree from CUHK. During her early years, Dora worked for a renowned multinational bank in Hong Kong and a large famous car dealership after immigrating to the UK. She started her career in human resources upon returning to Hong Kong and was an administrator for more than 16 years with the largest charitable organization in Hong Kong before joining CUHK. She has extensive experience in policy making, strategic planning, business re-engineering, large-scale project management, and administration of personnel, staff training and welfare services.