Mr Ong Ye Kung visited NUS on 9 October, just slightly a week after assuming office as Singapore’s Acting Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills). The accompanying photo shows Mr Ong observing medical students honing their clinical skills at the Centre for Healthcare Simulation.
NUS is strongly committed to transforming the translational impact of its research to improve lives, with many research partnerships with industry and government entities.
David Hoe, our recent Arts and Social Sciences graduate overcame personal difficulties to realise his aspiration of becoming a teacher. While at NUS, David embarked on global exchange and internship programmes to help him be a good teacher who can bring real-life experiences into the classroom.
Singapore needs to review its current strategies of enterprise creation, says NUS Institute for Engineering Leadership Executive Director Professor Hang Chang Chieh at the recent Engineering Lecture Series titled “Singapore’s Research & Innovation Journey: What’s Next?”.