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Be it through innovative pedagogies, caring advice or strong connection with industry, the five Teaching Excellence Awards winners of 2004-05 share a passion to motivate students to actively participate in achieving desired learning outcomes.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering is holding a 3-day exhibition on campus from today to 27 May to showcase nearly 100 student projects from its eight departments.
CityU is organizing the Teachers Update Course 2005, to be held on campus from 1 June to 8 July, to strengthen CityU's commitment to the development of top quality education in Hong Kong.
The Faculty of Business has introduced a "First Year Learning Experience" programme to all first-year BBA students to help them address new challenges in the learning environment.
Final-year marketing students of City University of Hong Kong were honored in an award presentation ceremony for providing valuable insights in their consultancy projects conducted for four renowned and fast-growing corporations.
Appointed Dean of Student Learning in April this year, Professor Lilian Vrijmoed has begun to set out the strategic direction and plans related to grooming students to become reflective learners and competitive professionals.
Dr Jerry Yu, CIO, introduced CityU's strategic e-Learning project at an open forum on 5 May, with a straightforward account of the project's objective and its significance to the University community.
The Quality Assurance Committee has announced the winners of the Teaching Excellence Award for 2004-05, paying tribute to five distinguished teachers for their commitment to providing excellent professional education.
More than 70 final-year students of the Department of Management attended a workshop featuring some of Hong Kong's leading business leaders. “Creating Your Own Success – Insights from People Who Made It,”held 18 and 19 December, was the department's fourth Residential Workshop under its Career Development Programme aimed at better preparing graduating students for the real-world challenges ahead.

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