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A study by CityU's Centre for Communication Research shows that local Internet users receive on average 58 junk mails per week, 11 more than that of 2004 and double the number of normal emails received.
Professor Li Ta-tsien, one of the most renowned mathematicians on the mainland, delivered the fourth lecture of the William Benter Distinguished Lecture Series at CityU on 25 January.
Dr Yanni Yan and Dr Choo-sin Tseng, Associate Professors of the Department of Marketing, outperformed participants from 23 countries to clinch the Best Paper Award at the Fifth Annual International Business and Economy Conference (IBEC) 2006.
The Department of Management held its annual Residential Workshop "Developing a meaningful life and career" on 21 and 22 January. Renowned guests from various sectors have been invited to share their valuable experiences with more than 70 final-year students.
CityU's Department of Applied Social Studies revealed its findings on the "Positive Ageing Index" at a press conference on 19 January. The study shows that social networks and a positive outlook are crucial to enhancing positive ageing.
Professor H K Chang, University President, returned from a short academic exchange to Cairo University in Egypt earlier this month. The trip laid down a foundation for future collaborations between the two universities.
A symposium on the internationalization and international collaboration of higher education in the mainland and Hong Kong, the first of its kind, is held at CityU from 12 to 13 January.
CityU moves into the third stage of the OBTL project with a talk on designing teaching and learning activities and assessment tasks to align with course intended learning outcomes.
Final-year Marketing students won high praise at a presentation ceremony today (12 January) for the quality of their consultancy projects developed for several renowned corporations.
Professor Y S Wong, Vice-President (Administration), will join the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology as Vice-President for Administration and Business in April. His presence will surely be missed, said University President Professor H K Chang.

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