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Two students at CityU have been recognised by the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund for their outstanding academic performance and enthusiasm to serve society.
Two students at CityU have been recognised by the Sir Edward Youde Memorial Fund this year for their outstanding academic performance and enthusiasm to serve society.
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CityU is helping to promote computational thinking and coding among primary school students.
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CityU and University of Queensland collaborated on a weeklong study of the carbon trading industry on the mainland.
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Postgraduate students from CityU and the University of Queensland participated in a one-week study project for the development of the Nanshan Yungu Innovative Industry Zone.
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CityU has received a donation of US$200,000 from SAP to support research in the area of Collaborative Commerce that will test and extend various aspects of electronic commerce.
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Three postgraduate students from CityU have won a First Class Award at the 7th National Postgraduate Mathematics Contest in Modelling.
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A PhD student and instructor from the Department of Information Systems has earned an Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence Award from among 15,000 articles published in world-renowned management journals.
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The first Eco-tour Design Competition of CityU concluded at an award ceremony held on 7 April. The Ma Wan eco-tour designed by Priscilla Ho and Terry Choi, students of the Department of Information Systems, received the champion.
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PhD students Terrance Fung Chi-yeung and Jean Lai Hok-yin of CityU have received scholarships of up to AUD$240,000 (around HK$1.3million) over three years to sponsor their research on ways to fight market misconduct and defend market integrity.
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In order to prepare its 2009-14 Strategic Plan, CityU has organised five Strategic Planning "Buzz" Group meetings from 16 to 24 March to solicit the views and opinions of its stakeholders.

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