Associate Master 

Dr. Kevin Caishi Huang(黃才試)

Office: G010

Office Ext.: (853) 8822 9169

Email: cshuang@um.edu.mo

Kevin spent his childhood in Zhuhai, and was then educated in Beijing, Hong Kong and U.S. He received his Ph.D. degree in electronic and computer engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). He has worked in residential college and student affairs for many years. He is one of the founding members of the Pilot Residential College Program at the University of Macau. Over the years, Kevin has successfully initiated and organized a wide range of whole-person education programs for students.

Kevin is keen to student development, service-learning, and residential college development, and he is a firm believer that residential college is an ideal living and learning community to facilitate students’ whole-person development.

Kevin is a person with broad interests, such as travelling, reading, economics, finance, moral philosophy, and social issues. He is a big fan of sports, especially swimming, basketball, and running.


Resident Fellow

Dr. Caixia CHU(褚彩霞)

Office: G008

Office Ext.: (853) 8822 9365

Email: caixiachu@um.edu.mo

Dr. Chu holds BA in social work and PhD in political science. She is a dedicated practitioner in residential college education. After joining UM in 2013, she has accumulated rich experiences in designing and implementing a variety of whole-person developmental programs. She is especially passionate about counselling and service-learning. In addition to her service in the residential college, she also teaches at the department of sociology as an adjunct assistant professor.

Dr. Chu is adventurous, open-minded, and has many hobbies, e.g., baking, travelling, swimming, squash, archery. She also enjoys working with students.


Resident Fellow

Ms. Michelle Sut I Lam(林雪儀)

Office: G011

Office Ext.: (853) 8822 9521

Email: michellelam@um.edu.mo

Ms. Michelle Lam attained a Master degree in Translation Studies and a Bachelor degree in Education. Prior to joining University of Macau, Ms. Lam has worked as a lecturer teaching English-related courses for 7 years.

Michelle grew up in this multi-cultural city, Macao, which shapes her into the one enjoying the environment with diverse cultures and with different arts interests. She is a music and drama lover, and believes that music and drama performance help introduce cultures and build team spirit. Michelle is also passionate about voluntary community service. She is looking forward to learning and sharing with all members of CKLC family.