As Singapore campaigns for its hawker culture to be added to the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, members of the NUS community share their thoughts on what the Singapore hawker culture is and what winning the bid would mean for the trade and the country.
Twelve outstanding alumni were honoured for excellence in their field and making significant contributions to business and society at the prestigious NUS Business School Eminent Business Alumni Awards 2018.
NUS Business and NUS Economics Distinguished Professor Ivan Png has always been interested in efficiency in public policy and has had a hand in improving efficiency of the University administration over the years.
This week in the media, members of the NUS community offered their take on the need for ASEAN to conduct more maritime drills with China and the US; the importance of value in the marketplace; and Singapore requiring more investment in higher-risk sectors with a longer gestation period.
The Institute for Application of Learning Science and Educational Technology at NUS has partnered SkillsFuture Singapore to develop artificial intelligence-based tools to help working adults in Singapore better identify courses that support their continuing education and career goals.
Researchers from NUS Engineering have invented a novel aerogel that can be used in several practical applications including heat-resistant jackets for firefighters, CO2 absorbing masks, soundproofing, and oil spill reduction.
An essay by NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye speaking about lifelong learning as well as four stories of NUS alumni on their journeys of continuing education were featured in a recent book titled Learning for Life, Stories That Inspire.