[Sponsored Article] Paul joined HKUST in 2000. With his passion for social impact and sustainable business, Paul taught business ethics and environmental strategy. Since 2016, he held a joint appointment as an Associate Professor of Business Education at the Department of Management and a Senior Lecturer at the Division of Environment and Sustainability. Paul was a highly valued member of the Business School. He demonstrated great support and care for students, and also played an active role in promoting international case competitions. With his passion and dedication to teaching, Paul received multiple honors and teaching awards over the years, including the Franklin Prize Teaching Excellence Award twice and the Interdisciplinary Programs Office Teaching Excellence Award. Paul actively participated in many different programs and teaching activities at the Business School, including Program Director for Global Business, Associate Director for UG studies, and Co-Director of the BSc in Environmental Management and Technology Program. During his 20 years of service at HKUST, he was an unwavering supporter of many university-level initiatives. He was the Program Director (Global Learning) at the Global Student Office and also joined the Sustainability Network to promote a sustainable smart campus. As a highly respected member of our School and the University, his passing is a great loss to the HKUST Community. Our deepest condolences go to Paul’s family.