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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.
Kai Nargolwala lives by the Zoroastrian principles of Huxta, Humata, Huvarshta (Good Words, Good Thoughts, Good Deeds).
Legal legend Mr Tan Ah Tah's legacy lives on through a legacy gift from his daughter.
2,300 participants came together for NUS Run BIG 2022, with all race proceeds going towards NUS Annual Giving Bursaries.
Experts underlined the need to invest in public health systems in the wake of the pandemic.
Guests at the Benefactor Campus Experience enjoyed a day of learning, interactions and hands-on experiences.
NUS Scholar Preston Wong came up with a recipe to save good food from being wasted.
The GeronTech Showcase engaged residents and showcased 21 exhibits at the University's Health District @ Queenstown.
3 NUS Alumni from the Department of Food Science and Technology shared their innovations in healthy food and beverages.
The Tahir Foundation made a S$1 million gift to provide more scholarships for their postgraduate students.
At the Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day 2022, the founders of food start-up, Curated Culture, shared their business journey.
With over 800 guests at the Bukit Timah Homecoming 2022 celebration, the NUS Development Office Annual Giving team raised awareness of NUS Giving and secured gifts, with a booth at the event.
Health and Wellness Guru Bryan Gan shared Qi Gong movements and other tips for wellness at an NUS Giving Experience Masterclass.
The Widjaja family made a generous gift of S$5 million to support initiatives under Health District @ Queenstown, a first-of-its-kind multi-stakeholder collaboration to increase healthy longevity, enable purposeful longevity, promote intergenerational bonding, and support a community for all ages.
NUS Computing has received a generous multi-year donation from leading homegrown consumer Internet company, Sea, to establish the Sea Olympiad Scholarship.
The NUS School of Continuing and Lifelong Education and Temasek Foundation start a new programme to nurture Singapore youths.
Receiving the Chia Siew Wong Bursary made it possible for Melanis to pursue her interests, including representing Singapore as World Miss University Singapore 2019.
The Foo Hai Ch’an Monastery made a gift to support scholarships and fellowships in Buddhist Studies at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
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.