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CityU held the first of the Civility Dialogue Series on 25 February. Mr Joseph Wong Wing-ping, former Secretary for the Civil Service, shared his views on the topic “From Minister to Political Commentator”.
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Student Development Services invited 60 student leaders to the first Leadership Summit on 21 February to help develop student leadership skills and enhance the quality of student activities.
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CityU was awarded a grant of nearly HK$5 million from the Research Grants Council for a research project focusing on the carers of Alzheimer’s disease sufferers, to support and promote long-term public policy research.
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Thirty new student ambassadors pledged to serve the University at the 12th Student Ambassadors Programme inauguration ceremony on 20 February, which was organised by the Student Development Services.
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I participated in the Lunar New Year Fair organised by the CityU Buddy Scheme on 6 February. I had the opportunity to mingle with friends from different countries and learnt about the traditional Chinese culture. We had an unforgettable night.
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Student Development Services and the Independent Commission Against Corruption have jointly organised the second “ICAC Ambassador Programme”. The scheme stresses to students and staff the insidious nature of corruption and the importance of integrity.
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Professor Gary Feng, Professor Man Kim-fung and Professor Keith Zhang of CSE have been named IEEE Fellows in recognition of their contributions to the advancement of engineering, science and technology, achieving breakthroughs of significant value to society.
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Led by Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, a 639-strong delegation participated in the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon as part of the University's 25th anniversary celebrations
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CityU staff celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Ox on 3 February at the new year staff party organised by the Human Resources Office
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Three research projects led by CityU have received funding from the RGC Collaborative Research Fund 2008-09 totalling HK$16.2 million. CityU was granted the highest amount of funding among the local universities this year.

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