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Temasek Foundation has partnered with NUS College to support talented undergraduates in growing as global citizens, alongside their pursuit of education.
NUS student Christopher Robin’s design inspires the graduating class of 2023 to illuminate the lives of their juniors
The visiting professorships were established through a US$2 million gift from the Jones Day Foundation
First of its kind in SE Asia, the ArClab will serve as a valuable case site for teaching and research into conservation practices.
New professorship in humanities and sciences established with $2 million donation to boost interdisciplinary education at NUS. The Peggy Wai Chee Leong-Hochstadt Professorship in Humanities and Sciences will further strengthen cross-disciplinary learning at the NUS College of Humanities and Sciences.
The past century has been filled with many novel medical discoveries and even moonshots for the Obstetrics & Gynaecology (O&G) Department at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. From producing Asia’s first in-vitro fertilised baby to cultivating an ever-expanding pool of award-winning scientists and clinicians, the department is now actively exploring future frontiers such as studying reproduction and fertility issues in the space-faring age.
NUS is one of nine leading universities selected to join the Eric and Wendy Schmidt AI in Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, a programme of Schmidt Futures.
NUS Alumnus Mr David Ho ('72) rallies batchmates to give back to their alma mater again.
Citadel supercharges talent pipeline with student prize for Computer Science majors.
Music can play an important role in achieving well-being, shared three speakers at an NUS Giving Experience Leadership Series session.
The Donor Appreciation Event 2022, brought guests, donors and members of the NUS community together for a delightful celebration of gratitude and future making.
The See the Possibility Campaign was launched on 17 November 2022, at a special event that allowed donors and guests, along with members of the National University of Singapore (NUS) community, a platform for an open exchange of ideas that illuminate the understanding of pertinent issues today.
At an NUS Giving Experience Leadership Series session, guests toured the NUS Baba House, a beautifully restored ancestral home of a Straits Chinese family built in the late 1890s.
Guests enjoyed an exclusive tour of the various facilities within the Department and had the opportunity to hear from faculty members on their research and expertise.
The Annual Giving Appreciation Night 2022 celebrated future-making with donors and partners who have helped to seed opportunities for a brighter future.
Accountancy alumna Ms Koh Seoh Hoon (’74) dedicated a legacy gift to her alma mater.
Singapore Exchange Group Chief Executive Officer Loh Boon Chye (’89) is a big believer in gratitude and giving.
Keep up with what’s going on around campus. Every day brings new possibilities to discover, experience and learn what makes us unique. Here are some of the upcoming events to promote leadership in philanthropy and raise awareness of this impact happening across NUS and the community.