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.
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.
“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.
Alumni entrepreneurs from the NUS Overseas Colleges programme share the profound influence the experience has had on them.
Why Viddsee co-founders Mr Ho Jia Jian (Engineering ’10) and Mr Derek Tan (Engineering ’09) are betting on short films.
Is the ‘pump’ that powers our bodies capable of repairing itself? Current research offers some promising evidence that the lifespan of our hearts can be extended.
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Ms Bianca Tham (Arts and Social Sciences ’17) isn’t naive about the impact she can make on the environment — but that doesn’t curb her enthusiasm one bit.
Education entrepreneur Ms Rilla Melati (Arts and Social Sciences ’96) is reimagining the way Malay is learnt.
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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