Two hundred years after Sir Stamford Raffles established a trading port here, Singaporeans are still thinking about who we really are as a country.
The Academic Year 2018/2019 got off to a bold start with the launch of NUS’ new Vision, Mission and Values, which aim to take the University to even greater heights.
In this age where change is the only constant, it is said that the surest way to keep pace with disruption is to embrace lifelong learning, as NUS is doing via several alumni-centred initiatives.
Co-founders of honestbee, Mr Isaac Timothy Tay (Engineering ’06) and Mr Jonathan Low (Engineering ’13), share their entrepreneurial journey and future and tell us why change is the only constant in today’s economy.
The journey from mathematics to theatre might seem unlikely, but as Mr Kok Heng Leun (Science ’90) reveals, there’s a science to the art form.
Ms Melissa Kwee (EMBA ’09) wants Singaporeans to have a giving mindset.
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Co-founders of honestbee, Mr Isaac Timothy Tay (Engineering ’06) and Mr Jonathan Low (Engineering ’13), share their entrepreneurial journey and future plans, and tell us why
change is the only constant in today’s economy.
Two hundred years after Sir Stamford Raffles established a trading port here, Singaporeans are still thinking about who we really are as a country. And that — according to the NUS academics and alumni across various disciplines — may actually be what unites us.
What began as course projects that Ms Francesca Phoebe Wah (Arts and Social Sciences ’14 ’18) undertook as an undergraduate has blossomed into an organisation that caters to the underserved in Singapore.
In celebration of their 35th anniversary, the Engineering Class of 1983 organised a reunion dinner on 16 November 2018.
The NUSS Professorship Lecture was established in 1995 to fund eminent professors from different disciplines to share their knowledge with the NUS community and general public.
The prestigious NUS Business School Eminent Business Alumni Awards 2018 was held on 7 November 2018 at Conrad Centennial Singapore to honour the achievements of 12 outstanding alumni.
The nation has seen five decades of progress, but we are not where we ought to be when it comes to social responsibility, says Professor Kishore Mahbubani (Arts and Social Sciences '71).
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