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The Education Development Office has organised the Strategic Teaching Enhancement Programme to help colleagues prepare for the four-year curriculum and familiarise themselves with Outcomes Based Teaching and Learning.
Mr Chung Shui-ming, the outgoing Council Chairman, hosted a thank-you reception on 26 September to express his gratitude for the support of the CityU community in recent years.
Professor Way Kuo invited close to 40 academic and administrative staff to a tea gathering on 25 September to strengthen communication with staff in a more relaxed atmosphere. Such tea gatherings will be held regularly.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office organised the Shanghai Alumni Reunion Dinner on 10 September, at which Professor Way Kuo, University President, and other University representatives celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival in advance with some 100 alumni.
Thirty-six secondary school students conducted individual scientific research projects that exemplified their creativity during the summer programme organised by the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Hong Kong museums, and their increasing sophistication and evolution, were the subject of the City Cultural Salon on 22 September, featuring Dr Louis Ng Chi-wa, Assistant Director of Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Professor Way Kuo, University President, led a five-member delegation to Shanghai and Hangzhou earlier this month to explore opportunities for more academic collaboration and exchange with top mainland universities.
Four students from the Faculty of Business have excelled in the Young Leaders Development Programme 2008 organised by the AIA Foundation, taking home the Most Outstanding Young Leader Award and the Best Report-Writing Award.