Frankie LAM

Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Acting Director, Teaching and Learning Centre
Lingnan University
Frankie LAM

Professor Frankie Lam is the Associate Dean of School of Graduate Studies (GS) and the Acting Director of Teaching and Learning Centre at Lingnan University (LU). Professor Lam is responsible for the central quality assurance, admission of GS-administered taught postgraduate programmes and external institutional collaboration. As the Acting Director of the Teaching and Learning Centre, he is accountable for leading the teaching and learning quality enhancement across LU, and ensuring the quality of liberal arts education programmes delivery through adopting innovative pedagogies and educational methodologies.

Professor Lam joined LU in 2016 as the Programme Director of the MSc Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour Programme. He has been instrumental in developing new undergraduate and postgraduate programmes throughout his career with LU. He serves as chair and member of various committees to assure quality across programmes, including programme curriculum committees, board of examiners, academic quality assurance committee (university level), postgraduate studies committee (university level), and University Senate. He has extensive academic quality assurance experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Before that, he served as an Adjunct Professor and the Chair of the External Advisor Committee of Department of Management at City University of Hong Kong.

Besides academic institutions, Professor Lam has served as an independent non-executive director for three Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed companies over the past ten years. He has also concurrently served as a member of the audit committee, and chairman of the remuneration committee of the board for these companies.

Professor Lam had worked and lived in the United States, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, and Sydney during his earlier career with two Fortune 500 companies as the Vice President of Asia Pacific, where he was responsible for human resource management, corporate services and strategic development.