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The achievements of City University's Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) over the past decade were showcased at a 10th anniversary ceremony cum poster exhibition on 19 March. More than 100 staff, students and guests gathered in the Multi-media Conference Room to celebrate the occasion.
Five students who combined imagination with an excellent knowledge of France and Hong Kong clinched the championship for their creative work at City University's First Multimedia Ad Contest Awards Presentation Ceremony held on 28 February.
A novel scheme introduced by City University's Student Development Services (SDS) is making life easier for exchange and non-local undergraduate students. Launched in October 2002, the Buddies Scheme with Non-local Students is a year-long, tailor-made programme designed to introduce non-Hong Kong students to local culture and help them settle into their new environment.
City University will join forces with an IT firm to promote the education of Linux. A signing ceremony between the Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology (CEIT) and Thiz Technology Group Ltd, a pioneer developer of the Linux platform and business software applications, took place on 4 March at CityU.
Two groups of City University Faculty of Business students outperformed more than 160 teams to win the Outstanding Project Award in the Corporate Governance for the New Generation Study Programme cum Youth Summit organized by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).
A research project led by Professor Ron Hui, Chair Professor in the Department of Electronic Engineering (EE), has made a major technological breakthrough in developing the world's first two-wired dimmable electronic ballast. The project received a US patent in November 2002.
CASSOS, the Computer-Assisted Simulation System for Orthognathic Surgery, developed by CityU's Department of Computer Science (CS), was awarded a Product Silver Award at the IT Excellence awards 2002 for its advanced and innovative technology on 18 February.
Six outstanding engineering students, three from CityU and three from the Chinese University of Hong Kong , shared the honours at the IEEE Hong Kong Student Paper Contest Awards. The winners presented their papers and the achievements of their innovative research projects at the award presentation ceremony held on 22 February at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University .

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