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A team of five students from the Department of Public and Social Administration outperformed other universities to clinch the championship prize of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Student Day 2005, on 12 March.
Three students at CityU have achieved first and second prizes in the Postgraduate section and the third prize in the Undergraduate section of the IEEE Hong Kong Section Student Paper Contest held in 2004.
Miss Suraiya Kamaruzzaman, Research Fellow in CityU's Southeast Asia Research Centre, participated in a panel discussion, "From Vulnerability to Empowerment: Women at the Heart of Tsunami Recovery", organised by the United Nations, 28 February to 11 March.
The French and Spanish Section of the Division of Language Studies is Hong Kong's first officially approved centre to hold examinations for the Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language.
The School of Law received a delegation of 100 law school deans from reputable mainland institutions, 24 March. Members of the delegation took part in a roundtable discussion on the future of Chinese legal education.
On 8 March, the Librarians of City University of Hong Kong and Renmin University of China formally signed a Memorandum of Co-operation agreeing to provide reciprocal library support to students and academics at both institutions.
Ten teams of Form 6 secondary school students competed in the design and development of multimedia web pages at the second New Media Workshop and Competition organized by the Department of English and Communication, held 19 March.
The Department of IT signed a contract with Real-time Communications (HK) Limited to jointly develop multimedia message services (MMS) products for the mainland mobile communications market using IT's real-time lip-sync and animation system.
Twelve innovative systems development projects, created by Department of Information Systems final-year students working hand-in-hand with local industry, are on display on CityU's 4/F Podium from 17 to 19 March 2005.
Professor Li Ping of the Department of Electronic Engineering has been made a Croucher Senior Research Fellow for his distinguished research achievements in mobile communication systems.