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Members of the Shamshuipo District Council were invited to CityU to find out more about campus development, academic programmes and our excellence in applied research .
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CityU invited over 40 guests to a Community Relations Committee meeting on 6 September to discuss university and campus developments.
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CityU's Shenzhen Outpost, the base for applied research, incubation and teaching activities on the mainland, has received three major boosts in recent weeks, setting the project well on course for completion.
About 150 CityU staff and students attended the University Development Forum on Campus Development on 24 November, at which University management presented the latest developments of major capital projects, followed by a Q & A session.
Professor H K Chang, CityU President, says the new Creative Media Centre at CityU will be a landmark building for Hong Kong and he acknowledges the creative genius of architect Daniel Libeskind.
The newly completed Student Hostel Phase 3 has achieved a rating of 'excellent in one of the most widely recognized benchmarks for the environmental sustainability of buildings.
The University has identified six possible sites for the construction of the Community College of City University (CCCU) building on campus and is now in the process of seeking university-wide consultation.
CityU announced plans for the Creative Media Centre—an inspirational building to mark Hong Kong’s leadership position in creative media education, on 8 October 2004.
Professor James Moy, newly appointed Dean of the School of Creative Media and, concurrently, Chair Professor of Creative Media, traveled to Los Angeles in August 2004 to meet senior staff of the School of Cinema-Television of the University of Southern California.
The new, user-friendly campus map is a convenient tool to help visitors find their way to CityU, or search for a specific location / building / facility at the University.

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