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Professor H K Chang, President, leads a six-member delegation to Beijing from 26-29 January, further strengthening ties with the mainland and opening up opportunities for more academic and diversified collaborations.
More than 150 guests, staff members and students gathered at the Centre for Marine Environmental Research and Innovative Technology (MERIT), 28 January, to celebrate its opening. Led by CityU and joined by five other local universities, MERIT has been selected by the University Grants Committee as an "Area of Excellence" in Hong Kong.
At the Inauguration Ceremony held 27 January 2005, nineteen newly appointed Student Ambassadors vowed to live out the mission of serving and promoting CityU.
Professor H K Chang, President leads a six-member delegation to Beijing 26-29 January 2005, to strengthen ties with the mainland and explore opportunities for more academic and diversified collaborations.
About 40 CityU academic and administrative staff joined members of senior management for a relaxing evening at CityU President Professor H K Chang's residence on 21 January, openly exchanging views pertaining to the internationalization of higher education in Hong Kong.
About 150 secondary school teachers and students gathered at CityU on 22 January, to attend a seminar on the “Learning to Learn” programme to prepare secondary students for lifelong learning, using "problem-based learning".
City University of Hong Kong has received three group project grants amounting to HK$11.04m, the largest amount among the UGC-funded institutions for the 2004-05 round of the Research Grants Council’s Central Allocation Fund.
The University community has supported the fund-raising campaign jointly organized by CityU and UNICEF with great enthusiasm, raising a total of HK$354,530 between 6 and 14 January, to provide education kits for tsunami-affected children. This is a record amount collected by a CityU-wide donation campaign to date.
As the first in the William Benter Distinguished Lecture Series on pure and applied mathematics launched by CityU's Liu Bie Ju Centre for Mathematical Sciences on 26 January 2005, Professor Roger Temam presented "Theoretical and computational problems for the equations of the ocean and the atmosphere".
Beginning 19 January, in cooperation with the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong, CityU proudly presents the France-Hong Kong Distinguished Lecture Series, under the auspices of the French Academy of Sciences.

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