The NUS Science Merit Scholarship Initiative, set to attract talented students with the aptitude and ability to study Science at the University, was recently launched at an event graced by NUS Chancellor and State President Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam.
Award-winning musician and alumnus from our Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, Mr Wong Kah Chun, reminisced about his global journey conducting orchestras around the world, his nurturing university lecturers and the importance of giving back to the community.
Undergraduates from NUS Engineering beat other local and regional teams to clinch top prizes at a Bridge Design Competition where they were required to apply engineering concepts to overcome challenges of designing and fabricating a sustainable bridge.
This year’s Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Programme Symposium featured projects by student groups and social service organisations, who partnered in examining and proposing alternative solutions to important social and community issues affecting Singapore.
Former civil service head Mr Peter Ho, is the S R Nathan Fellow for the Study of Singapore at the Institute of Policy Studies of our Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Currently pursuing research related to public policy and governance in Singapore, Mr Ho recently delivered his first of a series of lectures at NUS.
Students from the NUS Overseas Colleges programme took time off their busy schedule interning with start-ups and studying at our partner universities in Israel to explore the beauty of the Judaean Desert and the Dead Sea.