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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.
Professor H K Chang, President, reported on key issues that the University confronted in the past year, outlined activities that lie ahead and listened to staff concerns about University development in a "University Development Forum" on 24 May.
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.
Miss Jacqui Chong, a second-year School of Creative Media student, has won awards in two open competitions: the Women's Pixel Short Film Award and the Mobile Video Competition.
Mr Ahmed Sharif, a PhD student of the Department of Electronic Engineering, won the IEEE CPMT Young Award for his research paper on lead-free solder.
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.
Some 53 prizes were awarded to secondary school students for outstanding performance in technology learning activities during the “Technology Project Competition for the Youth 2005”, held at CityU on 14 May.
In an effort to expand CityU's academic ties and exchange programmes with, and to benchmark CityU against, tertiary education institutions in Europe, Preident H K Chang led a delegation to visit five universities in Europe, from 3 to 9 April.
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.
CityU's "Recruitment Talk" in Shanghai, drew an enthusiastic response from some 300 local students and parents.

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