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Featuring a two-day exhibition of over 80 works by final-year students in the Division of Building Science and Technology's Higher Diploma Programmes, the ninth annual Built Expo got off to a fine start with welcoming speeches by Mr C M Jeung JP, Director of Buildings, the Buildings Department of the HKSAR, and Professor Edmond I Ko, Vice-President, Education.
Thanks to the hard work of its athletes, the dedication of its coaches, and the support of staff and students, CityU's sports teams seized top spot among Hong Kong's 11 tertiary institutions at the Hong Kong Post-Secondary Colleges Athletics Association (HKPSCAA) competition this year.
Big changes are afoot in the way law is being taught, and will be taught, at CityU, with a major review of the substance and structure of legal education currently underway in the School of Law (SLW).
Four academic departments-- Biology and Chemistry (BCH), Electronic Engineering (EE), Economics and Finance (EF), and Accountancy (AC) and the Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) are collaborating in a project to enhance students' learning and growth. The project, the Virtual Learning Support Centre for Students (VLSC), is a cyber location for participating departments to post web pages specifically devoted to students' learning.
Academic departments will need to go through the evaluation process for the Reward Scheme to Maximize Students' Learning once every three years, instead of once every year. Moreover, it has been proposed that the amount of the award should be $3 million, or 10 per cent of the current departmental annual budget, whichever is less.
CityU sports teams won by flying colours in this year's inter-collegiate sports competitions, organized by the Hong Kong Post-Secondary Colleges Athletic Association (HKPSCAA). Both our men's and women's teams captured the overall champion titles.