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Seminar with schools to share CityU’s exciting initiatives for talented students
A luncheon seminar hosted by CityU on 25 November introduced secondary school representatives to CityU’s exciting new initiatives to recruit talented students, and its experience on effective online learning and STEM education.
Vision Impossible!
Professor Sir Colin Blakemore delivered his talk in the President’s Lecture Series: Excellence in Academia.
President supports wellness activities
President Kuo is encouraging the CityU community to enhance their physical and mental wellness.

1,500 job opportunities at CityU’s new E-Career Success Fair 2020
Riding on the success of CARLS launched in June, CityU recently unveiled its E-Career Success Fair 2020 which offered 1,500 job and internship opportunities for current students and graduates.
Court meeting
Court members were given a thorough overview of recent events at CityU during the 16th meeting of the Court on 13 November.
CityU builds a veterinary teaching farm
CityU held a groundbreaking ceremony for its veterinary teaching farm locating in Lam Tsuen, Tai Po, on 19 November.
Brand new undergraduate programmes offered at CityU’s College of Science
New undergraduate programmes offered by the College of Science at CityU in the next academic year will fulfill society’s demand for professionals.
New Fellows elected to prestigious American Mathematical Society
Two renowned mathematicians at CityU have been elected Fellows of the much-respected American Mathematical Society.
UK social sciences academy awards Fellowship to CityU scholar
The Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at CityU, Professor Richard M. Walker, has been elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
In an expanded Management Board meeting on 23 September that included heads of academic and administrative departments, the President discussed at length with some 50 senior colleagues the developments and challenges facing City University today and over the next few years.

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