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A team of students from the Department of Electronic Engineering have won a Gold Award in a mobile communications competition organized by Ericsson Limited and SmarTone Mobile Communications Limited.
Two students have showed that CityU has what it takes to succeed in the international arena, performing brilliantly in advanced coursework on an exchange programme at the University of Houston in the US.
The CityU Alumni Association and the Alumni Affairs and Development Office (AADO) brought more than 60 alumni together on 17 July so that University alumni and students can get to know each other better and extend their networks.
Chair Professor Johnny Chan of the Department of Physics and Materials Science kicked off a press conference announcing his appointment to head Shanghai's Typhoon Research Institute with a bold prediction: "We expect to see about four typhoons in the South China region this year, but the rainfall is likely to be heavy."
CityU's College of Higher Vocational Studies has signed an academic exchange agreement as well as a student exchange agreement with Nagasaki International University in Japan.
Over 50 City University of Hong Kong Press titles covering a wide range of fields in the humanities, business, law, social sciences, and science and technology are now on display at the 13th Hong Kong Book Fair.
Following the success of CityU's immensely popular Industrial Attachment Scheme, the Faculty of Science and Engineering has introduced a one-year co-op programme with six industrial partners that will give students practical experience in an industrial setting.
The Financial Secretary of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, Mr Antony Leung, said he was "greatly impressed" with CityU's teaching and research achievements following a tour of the campus's advanced academic and research facilities on 12 July.
For the fifth straight year, CityU has provided support to secondary school teachers through its Teachers Update Course (TUC), which helped more than 1,100 teachers from 350 local schools stay abreast of the latest developments in content knowledge and pedagogy.
Did you ever imagine that a simple wooden board, some paper, a few strands of cotton string and a glue stick could make a building capable of withstanding powerful earthquakes?

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