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NUS has raised $300 million through the issuance of its inaugural green bond. The funds will go towards financing green projects under the University’s new Green Finance Framework.
The University has put in place a set of precautionary measures to protect our students and staff against COVID-19. Click for the latest updates and measures implemented across our campuses.
NUS staff, students and alumni are stepping in to ensure that underprivileged families and students have access to laptops, with schools having adopted home-based learning amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Join us to hear experts share their knowledge and expertise in a variety of areas that will help you adjust, as Singapore gradually re-opens.
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Distinguished thought leaders, movers and shakers in Singapore and across the globe gather regularly on campus to share their insights and engage in intellectual discourse.
Professor Lam Khee Poh, Provost’s Chair Professor of Architecture and Building at the NUS School of Design and Environment, and Dr Loke Wai Chiong, Head (Integrated Health Promotion) at the Ministry of Health Office for Healthcare Transformation, shared insights on how urban planning can contribute to healthy and liveable spaces in a disrupted world.
As part of the “COVID-19: Updates from Singapore” webinar series, Dr Bruce Aylward, Senior Advisor on Organizational Change to the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), provided a detailed account on what the world can learn from China’s example in dealing with COVID-19.