Kevin Kwok Chan, HK Alumni, and Keung Luke

Kevin Kwok Chan, HK Alumni, and Keung Luke

Dr. Keung Luke, Professor Emeritus of the Physics, taught at CSULB from 1966-1998 (FERP 1998-2003). One of the things he values most about his time at the university is the ability to be a teacher-scholar. This allowed him to teach large general education classes like Astronomy 100, making it possible for him to interact with thousands of students over the course of his career. It also gave him the opportunity to integrate new technology and develop new curriculum. He views the development a new senior/ graduate course, “Interfacing in Experimental Physics” as one of his top accomplishments. In his own words, Dr. Luke says: “I speak the truth and lie not, it is both a joy and an honor to give back to CSULB, my beloved professional home for thirty-two years.”

In the 1970s, a number of students from Hong Kong (HK) attended CSULB, mostly in business and engineering. Among them was Anna Ngai, whose recent large donation is spearheading construction of an Alumni Center on campus, and Kevin Kwok Chan, who is active in keeping the groups from Southern and Northern California together through social events and travel.

This Endowed Scholarship is established by Dr. Luke to honor them for their loyalty to their alma mater.

The College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics expresses gratitude to all scholarship donors who continue to enhance the quality of education students experience at CNSM.


The Kevin Kwok Chan, HK Alumni, Keung Luke Scholarship supports international students in the department of Physics & Astronomy.