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Adapting to an Altered Reality
COVID-19 has made life within and beyond the classroom virtually (pun intended) unrecognisable. Stripped of the in-person interactions so vital to the student experience, some might say that universities have lost their value and become yet another casualty of the pandemic. But institutions of higher learning still have legs — if they dare to re-imagine themselves.
It's [Not] a Small World, After All
At a time when everyone’s physical world has shrunk within their own borders, NUS is not passively watching the pandemic unfold but has recommitted to its global community of enterprising students, influential researchers and inspiring alumni.
Where No One Feels Left Out
“Diversity and inclusion” (D&I) has become a common catchphrase among governments, businesses and universities. At NUS, strong advocacy for D&I from various angles is getting the word out that our differences really are what make us stronger.
Joining the Dots to Map Out Tomorrow
Finding solutions to the defining challenges of our time seems nigh impossible. But with an interdisciplinary mindset, we are halfway there.
The Giving Kind
Does the worst of times really bring out the best in people? In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, individuals and organisations alike are pondering this question and taking a second look at their own contributions to society. NUS is no exception.
Something Old, Something New
University traditions reveal a great deal about the character and values of an institution. Even as NUS’ traditions have evolved and adapted to keep up with changing times and extraordinary events, its core values are unshakeable.
Around the World and Back Again
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.
You, Me and our University
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.
Navigating the New Age of Work
In today’s tech-enabled economy, the nature of work is changing — and with it, the perennial debate about work-life balance. This issue is far from clear-cut for NUS graduates, as The
NUS finds out.
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