As The university’s traditions evolve with the times, the commitment to its core values remains.
Now counted among the world’s top universities, NUS is contemplating its next move as a globally-oriented institution. The University has set its sights closer than you might think: on neighbouring Asian countries.
NUS’ alumni engagement has been on an upward trajectory in recent years. Whether it continues to rise depends in large part on the alumni themselves, and everyone else affiliated with the University.
Five members of our alumni meet — virtually — to share their views and thoughts on the new realities of a world under siege by a pandemic.
Internationally-acclaimed photographer Mr Darren Soh (Arts and Social Sciences ’00) has sought to tell his own ‘Singapore story’, as seen through his lens, and also uses his work to draw attention to social issues ranging from conservation to the plight of migrant workers.
NUS pushes forward in the fight against COVID-19 with 10 new projects that have received seed funding to investigate a broad range of issues related to the virus.
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Ms Danielle Chan (Arts and Social Sciences ’17) is at the forefront of Singapore’s move towards local food production and stronger food security.
The disruptions caused by COVID-19 have been widespread. Graduates from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine Class of 2020 were deployed earlier than expected to work in hospitals islandwide to meet the nation’s call for healthcare professionals, and most faced a heavy workload from the get-go. Hear from some of our newest alumni as they share their thoughts on graduating early and answering the call to serve during a pandemic.
The NUS Pharmacy Department's Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) 10th Anniversary Dinner and "Last Lecture" held on 7 December 2019 was a night of multiple celebrations.
The networking event was held in collaboration with Singapore Global Network on 29 November 2019.
The NUS Chinese Studies Alumni Association organised a dialogue session on 8 November, for young alumni from the NUS faculty of Arts and Social Sciences class of 2014.
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.
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