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CityU to confer honorary doctorates on three distinguished persons
CityU will confer honorary doctoral degrees on Mr Harry S Banga, Mr Norman Chan Tak-lam, GBS, and Mr Wong Chun-hong, BBS, in recognition of their significant contributions to education and the well-being of society.
SCM artists win top Hong Kong Arts Development Awards
A faculty member and an alumna in the School of Creative Media (SCM) at CityU have demonstrated SCM’s leading position in the media arts by shining at the 14th Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (HKADA).
Outstanding graduates kick off brilliant careers
High performing graduates of CityU have got off to a brilliant start in their careers after securing promising job offers from local or overseas corporations.
 CityU to arrange Cornell students to study on campus
CityU will make arrangements for students of Cornell University to study at CityU.
CityU welcomes visiting students
In view of the latest development of the pandemic, CityU provides opportunity for students who are adversely affected to continue their studies and/or research projects at CityU as visiting students. The deadline of the application for the scheme for Semester A 2020-21 has been extended to 3 August 2020.
MOU to drive smart city development
A strategic partnership formed between CityU and leading corporations will promote the development of Hong Kong as a smart city through digital solutions in the financial industry.
 CityU to bestow honorary fellowships on three distinguished persons
Three distinguished persons will be bestowed honorary fellowships by CityU in recognition of their significant contributions to the development of, and service to, the University and the community. They are Ms Jenny Chan Pik-ha, Mr Lau Tat-chuen, and Dr Jennifer Ng Chui-yiu, JP.
CityU organises canine breeding programme for HK Customs
The Veterinary Medical Centre of CityU organised the first pilot canine breeding training programme for the Customs Canine Force in early July for one week.
New sulfate formation pathway provides more accurate haze prediction
Environmental scientists at CityU have proposed a new pathway for the formation of sulfate, providing new insights for improving haze prediction.
New chips accelerate data transmission
A physicist from CityU has played a pivotal role in advancing data transmission speed on the internet to make it the fastest in the world.

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