Bulletin Vol. 10 No. 1 Aug 1973

T H E C H I N E S E U N I V E R S I T Y 〇 F H O N G K O N G T H E U N I V E R S I T Y BULLETIN VOLUME TEN AUGUST 1973 NUMBER ONE CONTENTS Re-organization of University Administration 1 New Asia College Moves to Shatin Campus 2 External Examiners 3 Extramural Course on Commercial Radio 5 Examination News 6 Personalia 7 Comings and Goings 8 College News 8 Organization Charts RE-ORGANIZATION OF UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION In keeping with University development and in order to cope with the anticipated increase in student enrolment as well as concomitant increase of staff and physical facilities, the University has re-structured its administration and divided the University Registry from 1st August, 1973 into two separate offices headed by a Secretary and a Registrar. This re-organizatio n is in line with the development of other Commonwealth universities, particularly in the United Kingdom and Australia, as universities expand and division of responsibilities becomes necessary. Mr.N.H. Young, formerly the University Registrar, has been appointed Secretary of the University. His duties are mainly to serve as Secretary to the Council and the Administrative and Planning Committee and include, among other important matters, personnel administration, public relations and student welfare. He will also in due time assume responsibility for the rapidly increasing general services of the University. The former Deputy University Registrar, Mr. John T.S. Chen, has been appointed Registrar of the University. Being responsible for academic affairs , he serves as Secretary to the Senate and the Senate Academic Planning Committee and his duties include inter alia admissions, examinations, Faculty and Subject Board secretaryships, curriculum planning and graduate programmes. Mr. Nelson H. Young, Secretary of the University The University has appointed Mr. Nelson H. Young as Secretary of the University. Mr. Young received his B.A. degree from the University of Hong Kong in 1956 and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of London in 1958. He was on the administrative staff of the University of Hong Kong for seven years before joining The Chinese University of Hong Kong as Academic Registrar of United College in 1963. During 1963, he attended the first British Council Course on University Administration in the United Kingdom, the first of its kind to be organised. Subsequently, he was invited by the American and German Governments on various occasions for study