Form Three students to spell out who they are in international survey More than 2,000 local Form Three students are to be quizzed about their understanding of national identity, citizenship, and desire for civic participation in social and environmental issues later this year as part of a major international study which will get under way on October 1. The data collected will be compared with results from 38 participating countries and regions. Secondary students shine at tech awards Students from three secondary schools are among the dozens of scientists, researchers and electronics firms commended in the Hong Kong Information and Communications Technology Awards 2007, jointly organised by the Internet Professional Association and the office of the government's chief information officer. NLSI Lui Kwok Pat Fong College netted a gold award and a certificate of merit; Diocesan Girls' School received a silver and a merit; and a bronze went to Munsang College, Hong Kong Island. New role for Diana Lee at CUHK Chinese University this week announced the appointment of a new head of its Nethersole School of Nursing. Professor Diana Lee Tze-fan, who has been with the university since 1994, is a specialist in gerontology and community care for the elderly. HK students vie for Scottish scholarship The University of Edinburgh is launching 10 new international undergraduate scholarships. Students from Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and the US who are accepted for undergraduate programmes in any subject on a full-time basis will be eligible to apply. The scholarships, which will be awarded based on academic merit, are worth #1,000 (HK$15,440) a year. Robotics course to lure the young Chinese University has set up a centre to promote technology education in primary and secondary schools. The Centre for Robotics and Technology in Education, run by the faculty of engineering, is to partner with local schools to deliver courses in robotics and other forms of mechanical design.