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CityU excels on global top scientists list
According to metrics compiled by Stanford University, over 140 CityU faculty members are listed among the top 2% of the world's most highly cited scientists, reflecting the high academic standard of our faculty and our excellent research performance.
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A research project published by CityU on 12 April found significantly divergent views between university students in Hong Kong and Taiwan regarding future career development.
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Around 150 CityU students learned about challenges in the workplace from Hong Kong’s first female Deputy Commissioner of the Police on 27 February.
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Hong Kong people had the lowest score of happiness index as well as levels of satisfaction in all aspects of life quality when compared to residents in Japan and Korea, according to a survey by CityU.
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People in Hong Kong have recorded the lowest scores in a region-wide Happiness Index in all areas concerning quality of life, according to a CityU survey of Happiness Index for Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.
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The Academy of Korean Studies has awarded Professor Philip J Ivanhoe and Dr Kim Sung-moon of the Department of Public and Social Administration a US$1.3 million grant for an unprecedented study on Korean philosophy.
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The inauguration ceremony for the Hong Kong Advanced Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Studies, the first transdisciplinary research institute in Hong Kong, was held on 12 January at CityU.
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World civilisation scholars exchanged views on how to develop a world civilisation course at CityU.
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Professor Gregory Lee, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, kicked off a new series of talks with a lecture on cross-disciplinary approaches to tertiary education.
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The first lecture of the Humanities Lecture Series featured Professor Zhang Longxi, Chair Professor of Comparative Literature and Translation, addressing the perceived gap between science and the humanities and the East and West, on 15 September.

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