July marks the start of a new era for NUS in more ways than one — for its graduands, who are about to enter the “real world”; for students and faculty, who can expect innovative developments on the academic and research front under new leadership; and for its alumni, who have a new leader to rethink the way they engage with their alma mater.
Technology continues to transform the way we live, but conversations around the ethics of phenomena such as artificial intelligence have lagged behind adoption. How can we stay ahead of the curve? Learn how NUS is contributing to the conversation.
To quote United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, climate change — or rather, the climate emergency — is a “battle for our lives”. Fortunately, we have technology on our side. Numerous technological breakthroughs and innovations are being created, including at NUS, enabling us to learn, work and live more sustainably.
Having taken an unconventional path to arrive at where he is today, Mr Bryan Cheung (Design and Engineering ’23) is now committed to helping those around him.
Members of this year’s graduating cohort — along with some recent graduates — share their aspirations, uncertainties and newly-minted nuggets of wisdom.
Highlights from NUS Arts Festival 2023, a showcase of the possibilities for creative expression.
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A childhood love for horticulture has bloomed into a successful and game-changing enterprise by Dr Bao Shengjie (Science ’17).
When it comes to navigating our Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) world, it is vital to reflect on our goals and values — and having a roleplaying game mindset might help too, says Dr Adrian W J Kuah.
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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