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CityU has again ranked number one in Hong Kong for engineering research papers according to a survey released on 30 July by the Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan.
A number of recently graduated CityU students have been admitted to postgraduate programmes at the world’s top universities, including Cambridge University and Oxford University in the UK, to continue their pursuit of academic and research excellence.
Almost 100 CityU research projects have been awarded funding from the 2009-10 General Research Fund by the Research Grants Council
Dr Andy Chin Chi-on, Assistant Scientific Officer of the Language Information Sciences Research Centre, CityU, won the Young Scholar Award at the 17th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics.
Two final year students from the Department of Electronic Engineering have won international kudos by winning an international scholarship and clutching the bronze prize in a keenly fought regional IT competition.
The College of Science and Engineering has launched its Fun Days programme, offering both inspiring and exciting experiences for secondary school students to learn about the impact of science on daily life.
An outstanding student from the Department of Biology and Chemistry will be heading to the University of Oxford to prepare for a research career in biomedical science after successfully competing for scholarship admission to a graduate programme.
Consumer confidence levels rose for two consecutive quarters in Hong Kong to 87.5, up 8.7 points on the last quarter, according to a survey conducted by CityU.
The Convocation invited Professor Way Kuo, President of CityU, to give a talk entitled “Teaching and Research: Dispelling Common Misconceptions” on 14 July, sharing his research findings on the myths surrounding teaching and research.