Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day at HKUST
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work® Day at HKUST
Apr 25, 2013 Thursday
Organized by the Women Faculty Association of HKUST
May 14, 2013
: Here are some photos
of the day.
Apr 25, 2013
: Here is the grouping
for the day.
Apr 22, 2013
: Here is the schedule
of the day.
Daughters And Sons To Work®
is a US-based program that promotes
work-life balance and provides children an enriching educational experience by
exposing them to the workplaces and jobs of their parents or guardians. The 2013
program will be on Thursday, April 25.
The Women Faculty Association (WFA) of HKUST is organizing this event at
HKUST for the second time. Here is the web archive of TODS Day at HKUST in 2012.
Due to our resource constraints, we will accept around 30 children of primary
school age (roughly 5-12 years old) along with their accompanying adults for the
program. We will give priority to WFA members and volunteer hosts of the
activities of the day.
The 2013 theme is Work in Progress
. The following is a
(partial) list of the activities for the day. Note that children will be
accompanied by their adults all the time during the day and they may choose to
skip any activities listed in the program
- Biology Labs. Hosted by Prof. Zhenguo Wu, Life Sciences.
- Chemistry in Daily Life. Led by Prof. Xuhui Huang and Rongbiao Tong,
- Computer Music Demos. Led by Prof. Andrew Horner, Computer Science and
- Computer Graphics and Visualization. Hosted by Prof. Huamin Qu and
Chiew-Lan Tai, Computer Science and Engineering.
- Computer Language Games. Hosted by Pascale Fung, Electronic and Computer
Please download and fill out the application form
, and send
it to Qiong Luo/CSE (email@example.com) at your earliest convenience. Space is limited
and priority is given to children of activity hosts and WFA members.
Resources for Parents/Guardians
Here is a leave request form
participating children to submit to their schools.
The organizing committee consist of the following members:
Rashmi Adaval, Pascale Fung, Elizabeth George, Kei May Lau, Qiong Luo, and
Sujata Visaria. For inquiries, please contact Qiong Luo at firstname.lastname@example.org