Every cup of coffee can be like a foreword, enticing one to delve into its narrative. With this idea brewing in his mind, NUS Arts and Social Sciences alumnus Mr Lim Wei Jie built his social enterprise, establishing Foreword Coffee — which aims to empower people with special needs through training and employment — in 2017 during his 4th year in NUS.
Professor Kishore Mahbubani, ambassador, Founding Dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS, and author, has been elected a member of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Cancer affects every patient differently depending on their genetic make-up. This article highlights three ways the research conducted at NUS is leading the charge in the fight against cancer by taking a personalised approach to its treatment.
In the media this week, members of the NUS community discussed the need to expand the definition of meritocracy, the no-Brexit outcome being the best option for the UK, and the repercussions of Mr Benjamin Netanyahu’s election win.
NUS alumni Wesley and Kelly Ann Oxenham left careers in technology and non-profit administration in San Francisco to start Farmcity, an agricultural business aimed at improving farming and the availability of healthy, pesticide free produce in Mauritius.
NUS Law has been awarded US$238,000 by the Henry Luce Foundation for their project on Training Initiative for Asian Law & Society Scholars which will nurture young scholars in in-depth training and mentoring in Asian socio-legal research.