Deviant behaviour in the workplace is no laughing matter and a new study led by Assistant Professor Sam Yam from NUS Business has pointed to a possible cause: a leader’s jokes.

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24 April 2017 | Education, Community

The annual Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Programme Symposium returned for its sixth run on 22 April at NUS University Town, graced by Guest-of-Honour Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth.

21 April 2017 | General News

NUS Arts and Social Sciences celebrated the outstanding achievements of six distinguished alumni at the FASS STARS Awards 2017 on 21 April.

19 April 2017 | Research

The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) at NUS has developed a new solar panel that is more durable and produces up to 40 per cent more electric power than existing modules on the market.

18 April 2017 | General News

A group of friendly, high-spirited dogs paid a visit to NUS students on 17 April, offering them a much-needed time-out from a busy week of studying and exam preparation.

17 April 2017 | Education

University Town came alive on 12 April with some 15 prototypes and interactive experiences worthy of a science fiction blockbuster by students from this semester’s NUS Communications and New Media module NM4225: Design Fiction.

13 April 2017 | Entrepreneurship, Education

Jake Goh, final year NUS Economics student, together with final year NUS Computer Science students Davis Gay and Lim Jing Rong, have created RateX, a web plug-in that helps online shoppers pay less by managing the hassle of dealing with foreign currencies and exchange rates.

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