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Mr Edward Yau Tang-wah, Secretary for the Environment of the HKSAR Government, delivered a talk entitled “Hong Kong - A Green City?” on 17 September, analysing the environmental status in Hong Kong. The talk is organised as part of a new multi-disciplinary programme offered by CityU.
CityU's FSE has again reached out to secondary school students this summer to boost their interest in science and engineering.
The FSE Summer Day Camp offers secondary school students a chance to experience what learning at university level is like.
A PhD student in the Department of Biology and Chemistry has won the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Young Scientist Award for the best oral presentation at the SETAC Europe 12th Annual Meeting in May. SETAC is an international organization that provides an exchange vehicle for environmental scientists worldwide.
Despite the region's current economic woes and increased unemployment rates, CityU's science and engineering students have received 30 per cent more job training placements over last year at multinational corporations in the Pearl River Delta region this summer.
Mr Lawrence Tzang Chi-hung, a PhD student in the Department of Biology and Chemistry, was awarded one of three best poster prizes at the Asian-Pacific Conference of Tumour Biology 2001, held in Beijing last September.
Four academic departments-- Biology and Chemistry (BCH), Electronic Engineering (EE), Economics and Finance (EF), and Accountancy (AC) and the Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) are collaborating in a project to enhance students' learning and growth. The project, the Virtual Learning Support Centre for Students (VLSC), is a cyber location for participating departments to post web pages specifically devoted to students' learning.