A key catalyst of the local start-up scene, NUS has set its sights on becoming a locus of innovation and entrepreneurship across Southeast Asia and China.
In today’s tech-enabled economy, the nature of work is changing — and with it, the perennial debate about work-life balance.
As NUS strives to create a smarter, safer and more sustainable campus, in this issue we look at the thinking behind the spirit of continuous evolution on Kent Ridge and speak to some of those who are helping to make this happen.
The Virtual Wallace Collection is now available online, visually illustrating the most complete record of Singapore’s natural history heritage from the 19th century.
One of Singapore’s leading champions of marine conservation, scientist Dr Neo Mei Lin (Science ’09, PhD ’13) shares why bringing research out of the lab, and into everyday lives, matters.
Five NUS alumni in different stages of their career share their insights on the rat-race, navigating office politics, the importance of work-life balance and more.
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A key catalyst of the local start-up scene, NUS has set its sights on becoming a locus of innovation and entrepreneurship across Southeast Asia and China. The payoffs, once realised, will extend far beyond the University.
NUS alumni entrepreneurs share their personal motivations, tribulations and insights on navigating the start-up ecosystem.
The NUS Alumni San Francisco Chapter hosted a Meet-and-Greet event at the facilities of BLOCK71 in San Francisco on 29 August, 2019.
The University Scholars Programme (USP) held its annual Homecoming in conjunction with Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day on 17 August. The event welcomed home over 70 USP alumni, students, faculty members and staff.
The NUS School of Design and Environment (SDE) celebrates their 50th anniversary this year. In this milestone year, Building and Estate Management Alumni (BEMA) is privileged to jointly organise the SDE50 Fundraising Golf with the School.
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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