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An AI software system jointly designed and developed by CityU and the MTR Corporation has been honoured by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence with the “Innovative Application of Artificial Intelligence” Award 2005.
CityU Council Member and Chairman of the Executive Board of Esprit, Mr Michael Ying shared his life and career experiences with over 200 staff and students in the Reading/Seminar Room of the Run Run Shaw Library, 26 April.
CityU announces the launch of two fundraising schemes: the 1% Fundraising Project and the BRIDGE to Success Fundraising Programme on 26 April that aim to further promote the caring culture and enhance whole person education.
Division of Social Studies, Community College of City University, showcased a total of 31 Associate of Social Science in Leisure and Tourism Management final-year student projects.
Mr Julian Lee, Assistant Professor of School of Creative Media,has created a unique viewing experience combining art with digital technology—a digital canvas.
Following his successful lecture at the Yale Law School on 29 March, Mr C Raj Kumar, Lecturer in CityU's School of Law, made a presentation for the UN University.
CityU graduates are highly sought after by employers. Around 96% of graduates were employed or pursued further studies in 2004. Their average monthly salary rose almost 8%.
Professor Ron Hui and Dr Henry Chung of the Department of Electronic Engineering demonstrated how a novel central dimmable technology works in lamps and how it contributes to the reduction of environmental pollution on 18 April.
Combining physics with creativity, over 1,000 secondary school students turned straws into waterwheels in the Hong Kong Inter-school Straw Waterwheel Object Lifting Competition.
Students, staff and alumni have expressed their deep concerns about Council Chairman Sir Gordon Wu's remarks in Ming Pao on 3 March,and reiterated their support for CityU’s direction.

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