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Climate change seminar at CityU
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update on Friday, May 13, 2011
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The City University has invited Professor Bill Randolph of the University of New South Wales to present a research seminar on "Climate Change Challenges for the Built Environment" on May 17 from 4pm to 5.30pm. The seminar is free. Direct inquiries to Kanas Lau at 3442 7533 or e-mail her at sakanas@cityu.edu.hk  


Workshop for mediators at HKU  

The University of Hong Kong's faculty of law will run a workshop on "Concession Strategies for Mediators" on May 19 at 9.30am to 1pm. Professor Richard Reuben of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law will share specific tools and techniques that mediators can use to facilitate concessions that will lead to settlement. The workshop is suitable for novice and seasoned mediators. The fee is HK$900 and three Continuing Professional Development points will be awarded to workshop attendees. To enrol, contact Phelane Tsang at phelane@hku.hk


IS conference at PolyU 

The Joint Universities Computer Centre is hosting its second Information Security (IS) Conference on May 19 to 20 at The Polytechnic University. This year's theme is "Implementing Information Security in the Higher Education Community". Speakers include representatives from the Hong Kong Hospital Authority, KPMG International, HSBC and Cisco Systems. The fee is HK$400 per day. Register online at isconference.jucc.edu.hk/registration.php.

 

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