Bulletin Vol. 3 No. 1 Aug 1966

T H E C H I N E S E U N I V E R S I T Y O F H O N G K O N G T H E U N I V E R S I T Y BULLETIN V O L U M E T H R E E A U G U S T 1 9 6 6 N U M B E R O N E C O N T E N T S 33 t o b e Admitte d int o th e Graduat e School 1 26 t o Receiv e Diploma s 1 Orientation Programm e fo r Californi a Scholars 1 Professor Tang' s Publi c Lectur e 2 New Arrival s a t th e Universit y 2 Travelling Scholar s fro m thi s Universit y .. . 2 New Appointment s i n th e College s 3 33 T O B E ADMITTE D INT O TH E GRADUATE SCHOO L Thirty-three candidate s hav e gaine d admissio n int o the Graduat e Schoo l thi s academi c year , 1 0 i n th e Division o f Chines e History , 1 0 i n th e Divisio n o f Chinese Languag e an d Literature , 5 i n th e Divisio n o f Philosophy, 2 i n th e Divisio n o f Geograph y an d 6 i n the Divisio n o f Busines s Administration . Registration o f student s wit h th e Graduat e Schoo l i s scheduled t o b e o n th e las t da y o f August , an d course s will commenc e o n Septembe r 19 . 26 T O RECEIV E DIPLOMA S T h e Universit y announce d o n Jul y 3 0 th e name s o f those wh o woul d b e give n a diplom a (wit h n o degree ) after fou r years ' stud y i n th e Colleges . Accordin g t o the announcemen t 2 6 woul d receiv e a diploma . T h e breakdown i s a s follows : 5 i n Arts , 18 i n Science , 3 i n Social Science . ORIENTATION PROGRAMM E FO R CALIFORNIA SCHOLAR S T h e Orientatio n Programm e fo r th e fellow s an d students wh o ha d com e t o thi s Universit y fro m th e University o f Californi a unde r th e renewe d exchang e agreement betwee n th e tw o Universitie s earlie r thi s year (se e th e Apri l issu e o f thi s Bulletin) bega n o n August 6 a t th e Universit y Conferenc e Room . Th e California grou p wa s joined b y students fro m Princeton , Wellesley, Dartmout h an d Williams , wh o ar e now studying i n thi s University , Dr. C.T . Yung , Presiden t o f Chun g Ch i Colleg e an d Chairman o f th e Committe e o n Inter-Universit y Relations, presided ove r th e occasion . A speec h o f welcome was delivere d by th e Pro-Vice-Chancello r Mr . T . C. Cheng . Afterward s Mr . H . T . Wu , th e University Registrar, spok e o n th e organizatio n o f th e University an d it s lates t developments . Afte r th e speeches ther e wa s a livel y exchang e o f opinion s ove r cups o f coffe e amon g thos e presents . T h e Chines e languag e programm e fo r th e Californi a scholars bega n o n Augus t 8 i n th e Ne w Asi a Yale-in - China Languag e Centr e i n Ne w Asi a College , wher e they wer e accommodated . Th e programm e consist s of a summe r intensiv e cours e an d tw o semester s o f regular course s ( 6 hour s ever y week ) endin g nex t Ma y for th e undergraduat e student s an d als o a summe r intensive cours e an d thre e term s o f specia l course s (15 hour s ever y week ) t o en d i n mid-Jul y fo r th e graduates. A tal k i n th e America n Consulate-Genera l i n Hon g Kong too k plac e o n Augus t 1 1 to familiariz e th e scholar s with th e loca l situation . O n Augus t 20 , th e Government Information Service s gav e the m a briefin g o n a question-and-answe r basi s followe d b y film showing . T h e orientatio n programm e als o include d visit s t o Chung Ch i an d Unite d Colleges . College New s 4 Professor Verno n A . Krame r 5

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