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The Minister of Science and Technology Dr Xu Guanhua found much to admire when he visited the Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory at CityU on 15 November.
CityU is holding its 2006 Congregation from 9 to 17 November. This year, the University has produced 9,178 graduates through its provision of quality professional education, including 2,654 associate degrees conferred by the Community College.
Awardees celebrate with parents and teachers the start of their transformation into professionals at the A+++ Scholarship Schemes Presentation Ceremony on 7 November.
More than 2,300 Council members, staff, alumni and students enjoyed a festive evening on 3 November at the CityU Banquet held by the Students' Union.
CityU has shot up the rankings of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions in the fields of social science and technology, according to the Times Higher Education Supplement (THES).
Has CityU made up its mind on how to deal with the looming crisis of the budget crunch, in the face of cutbacks in government funding? Is delinking our salaries from those of the civil service, with a consequential cut in our paychecks, already on the cards? If you have paid attention to what our President, Professor H K Chang, has said to the newspapers over the past few days, the answers seem to have been set in stone.
2003 has finally arrived, whether we welcomed and noticed it or not. As the new year begins, what does the future hold for CityU and its staff? What principles should guide us through the tumultuous times ahead? Linkage, as usual, went to talk to the President, Professor H K Chang, to find out what's on his mind, a few days before he took off on vacation.