Newsletter No. 41

中大通讯 CUHK Newsletter Vol. 4‧4 No. 41 April 1993 University News The University's 30th anniversary exhibition was held at the Exhibition Hall of the City Hall from 26th to 29th March. Officiating at the opening ceremony on 26th March were the Hon. John Chan, Secretary for Education and Manpower; Sir Y. K. Kan, pro-chancellor of the University; Sir Quo-wei Lee, chairman of the University Council; Prof. Charles K. Kao, vice-chancellor of the University; and Prof. S. W. Tam, pro-vice-chancellor of the University. Over 400 guests and members of the University attended the function. To reach a wider audience, the exhibition will be held at six other venues between May and July: Venue Date Tai Koo MTR station 24th to 26th May Central MTR station 26lh to 28th May Kwun Tong MTR station 28th to 31st May Landmark 1st to 3rd June Pacific Place 9th to 11th July Ocean Terminal 16th to 18th July Other celebration activities in May will include: • 30th Anniversary Lecture: Thoughts on the Interplay Between Theory and Method in Business Research with Particular Emphasis on Applications to Advertising, Consumer Behaviour, and Social Marketing Speaker: Prof. Richard P. Bagozzi, Dwight F. Benton Professor of Marketing and Behavioral Science in Management, University of Michigan, USA. Date: Thursday, 13th May Time: 4.30 p.m. Place: Lecture Theatre LT6, Lady Shaw Building Organizer: Faculty of Business Administration • Management Education Conference Date: 26th to 28th May Place: Regal Riverside Hotel Organizer: Faculty of Business Administration Two Publ ic Lec t u r es in Mar ch t o Ce l ebra te t he 30 th Ann i ver sary The Declining Status of Academics Close to 200 members of the University gathered in Lecture Theatre L1 of the Science Centre on 10th March to hear Prof. Albert Halsey's talk on 'The Decline of the Donnish Dominion' . The lecture was presented by the Faculty of Education to commemorate the University's 30th anniversary. Emeritus Professor of Social and Administrative Studies at Oxford, Prof. Albert Halsey attributed the declining status of British academics to the democratization of education. The British don, he said, was a legacy of the medieval days when he belonged to a gentlemanly class, part of a close-knit fellowship bom of the Church. The drastic expansion of the number of university teaching posts in recent decades had resulted 1 30th Anniversary Exhibition on Tour