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In his first public speech since retirement less than three months ago, Mr Tsang Yam Pui, former Commissioner of Hong Kong Police, told an audience of some 300 business executives on 26 February that a leader requires "wisdom, courage and heart."
In recognition of their quality management, two student placement programmes offered by CityU's Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE), the Industrial Attachment Scheme (IAS) and the Co-operative Education Scheme (CES), have been awarded an ISO 9001:2000 accreditation from SGS Hong Kong Ltd.
Do you participate in newsgroups? Are you an opinion leader? Marketers want to get to know you better. Dr Nan Zhou, Marketing Department, CityU recommended ways that marketers can identify and influence opinion leaders in newsgroups and turn them into "positive product information brokers", in his 24 February research seminar with Dr Alex S L Tang, Hong Kong Baptist University's Department of Marketing.
Founded in 1984, CityU turns 20 this year. "If a centenary marks the first cycle of a university's development, CityU is still on its way. We have fared well thus far, with tremendous achievements in our first 20 years," said Professor H K Chang, President, at the Staff New Year Party on 28 January, kicking off the 20th anniversary year. 2004 is a time to look back and rejoice in our achievements, and to look forward to the future with a new role statement.
The School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE) and the Faculty of Business participated in the Education and Careers Expo, held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 19 to 22 February. The Expo showcased a wide range of CityU's continuing education and business Master's degree programmes to meet the market's growing demands.
Dear Colleagues, Our new role statement, given to us by the University Grants Committee (UGC) in early January, states unequivocally that CityU "actively pursues deep collaboration in its areas of strength with other higher education institutions in Hong Kong, or the region, or more widely."
Thirty-seven of the 39 students in the first intake for the Master of Arts in International Accounting programme (MAIA—HIT) in Shenzhen came to campus for their day-long orientation, 14 February. All were impressed with the academic content and structure of the programme, not to mention the sophisticated learning facilities on campus.