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More than just an opportunity to bolster CityU's image among mainland and international universities, China Education Expo 2001 is giving CityU the opportunity to recruit the mainland's best and brightest students.
In an effort to better understand the needs of today's students and to foster a deeper co-operative spirit with local secondary schools, CityU today welcomed five Hong Kong secondary school principals to the campus. Three of the visiting schools were also represented by three career masters.
The Department of Electronic Engineering and the Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology are putting their best faces-and finest research projects-forward at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2001.
September saw a quantum leap in CityU's IT infrastructure with the generous help from numerous industry giants: IBM, EMC, PCCW and Sun.
A CityU project will provide SMEs in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta region with the tools and resources needed to improve their productivity and competitive advantage, according to Dr Peter Lo, Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Association. Dr Lo inaugurated the University's Product Lifecycle Management Competency Unit (PLMCU) on 17 September.
A team of three CityU students has won two prizes in this year's Creative Awards Presentation organized by the Association of Accredited Advertising Agents in Hong Kong, or Hong Kong 4As.
It was "what I did on my summer holiday" with a twist. At a ceremony on 6 October, CityU students and teachers demonstrated-through drama, dance, voice and sign language-the value of their cross-cultural field trips to a host of Asian countries this summer.
CityU is teaming up with St Stephen's Girls' College and Hong Kong School for the Deaf to boost the use of Web-based teaching in local secondary schools.
CityU has adopted the EMC E-Infostructure, a centralized and consolidated storage system with a capacity of seven terabytes, to manage its ever-growing information demands on teaching, administration and research. The new system, which will accommodate CityU's 25,000 users, is the largest academic networked information infrastructure in Hong Kong.
CityU has adopted the EMC E-Infostructure, a centralized and consolidated storage system with a capacity of seven terabytes, to manage its ever-growing information demands on teaching, administration and research. The new system, which will accommodate CityU's 25,000 users, is the largest academic networked information infrastructure in Hong Kong.

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