NUS graduates continue to be among the most sought-after by employers around the world, based on the latest results of the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking.
Some 58 girls from secondary schools in Singapore participated in this year’s edition of NUS Engineering’s Engineer Girl workshop, and were introduced to Engineering and Physics concepts through hands-on activities.
In conjunction with its 10th anniversary, the NUS Computing for Voluntary Welfare Organisations initiative presented a mobile application that will help the Lions Befrienders Service Association use data analytics to more effectively reach out to seniors at risk of social isolation.
NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health held a symposium on 2 November highlighting key findings from the Singapore Chinese Health Study — the first population-based cohort study to be established in Singapore — and paid tribute to founding principal investigator Dr Mimi Yu.
NUS President Professor Tan Chorh Chuan shared his insights on leadership and his personal lessons learnt at the NUS Business School Leadership Dialogue Series.
During an official trip to Indonesia, Minister for Communications and Information Dr Yaacob Ibrahim dropped by NUS Enterprise’s BLOCK71 Jakarta and met with entrepreneurs based there.