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 I I • A P R I L 1 9 6 6 • N U M B E R N I N E C O N T E N T S Page Cooperation between the T w o Universities... 1 Exchange Agreemen t Renewed 1 First Shel l Scholar f r om T h e Chinese Un i v e r s i ty o f H o n g K o n g 2 K w o k Ch i n g T o n g Scholarship E n d owme nt F u n d ... ... ... ... • • • • • • • 3 Certificate Course on Ho t el Management … 3 Te a c h i ng Posts for T h i s University's Graduates 3 Staff Profiles 3 Comings & Goings 5 Un i v e r s i ty & College News in Brief 5 COOPERATION BETWEEN THE TWO UNIVERSITIES T h e Un i v e r s i ty of H o n g K o n g and T h e Chinese Un i v e r s i ty o f H o n g K o n g jointly announced on M a r c h 24 ， 1966 that they had made more formal arrangements to ensure a full-exchange of i n f o rma t i on and further cooperation betwee n the t wo Universities in matters of c ommo n interest, both in regard to their internal affairs and in their relationship w i th the c ommu n i ty as a whole, in particular w i t h the Un i v e r s i ty Grants Comm i t t ee. T h e re have, of course, long been personal contacts at all levels between the staff of the t wo Universities, b o th academic and administrative, about matters w i t h wh i ch they are i n d i v i d u a l ly concerned. T h e Vice- Chancellors are, moreover, each members of the Councils of both Universities. I n addition, there have also been regular i n f o rmal meetings between the t wo Vice- Chancellors t o discuss matters of c ommon concern. These i n f o rma l meetings w i ll be an essential part of the new machinery b ut w i l l be supplemented by meetings of a liaison group consisting of the Vice-Chancellors, Registrars and Bursars of b o th Universities. Meetings of the liaison group have already proved themselves a valuable addition to the many ways in w h i c h the t wo Universities seek to assist each other in the p r omo t i o n of learning and research to wh i c h, as Universities, the y are b o th dedicated, and, in so doing, to serve the c ommu n i ty to the best of their ability and resources. EXCHANGE AGREEMENT RENEWED A n agreement for exchange of scholars entered into by the Un i v e r s i ty of California and this University in M a y last year has been renewed for another year. For the academic year 1966-67, not more than eleven students enrolled at a campus of the Un i v e r s i ty of California, i n c l u d i ng four or five graduate fellows, may be enrolled for a year of studies in this University, this year to include a five-week orientation and intensive language programme . Five undergraduates and three fellows have been selected by the Un i v e r s i ty of California to be sent to this Un i v e r s i t y some time in Au g u st this year. A l l of them, having excellent academic records, have been accepted b y this Un i v e r s i t y. A m o n g the five undergraduates, three are f r om Berkeley, one f r om L os Angeles and another f r om Santa Barbara. T h r ee of t h em major in Political Science, one in Political Philosophy and the other i n Oriental H i s t o r y. A l l of t h em are male and Juniors. T h e Senior Fellow coming to this Un i v e r s i ty in Au g u st is M r . Stephen Hoadley of the Santa Barbara campus. He is a P h . D. candidate in Political Science, and has a special interest in theories of social and political change, political systems analysis and behavioral techniques fo r studying political phenomena.