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The Department of Electronic Engineering of CityU was ranked second worldwide, according to a recent survey conducted by Yuan Ze University in Taiwan.
The University’s health experts advise staff and students planning to travel abroad during the coming semester break to pay attention to travel tips on the prevention of avian flu.
CityU will become even more internationalized as it sets out to attract more non-local students, says Professor H K Chang, CityU President.
About 150 CityU staff and students attended the University Development Forum on Campus Development on 24 November, at which University management presented the latest developments of major capital projects, followed by a Q & A session.
Over 100 guests attended a thanksgiving dinner which was held by the Community Relations Committee on 22 November to strengthen ties with the community.
CityU has already started its preparation for the mainland student recruitment exercise next year. Professor Richard Ho, Dean of Undergraduate Education, introduced the recruitment plan to the media on 25 Nov.
Professor Hong Yan of the Department of Electronic Engineering has been elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for 2006 in recognition of his outstanding contributions to image recognition techniques and applications.
CityU is showcasing 12 projects at this year's Innovation & Design Expo, demonstrating how the University's high-quality application-oriented education results in new technologies that improve people's lives.
Professor H K Chang, CityU President, says the new Creative Media Centre at CityU will be a landmark building for Hong Kong and he acknowledges the creative genius of architect Daniel Libeskind.
The Faculty of Business (FB) at CityU has pioneered a series of sharing sessions entitled Exchanges Forum 2005 that facilitate intercultural communication and provide social networking opportunities for overseas exchange students and local students.

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