The NUS Students’ Union celebrated its 70th anniversary this year with a celebratory and fundraising dinner in support of the NUSSU & NUSSU Alumni Bursary Fund (Endowed), which provides bursaries for needy students.
The NUS career+ mobile application has been extended to more than 312,000 NUS alumni. The app, introduced to NUS undergraduates last September, allows users to leverage big data and artificial intelligence that will help them in career advancement.
Following the recommendations of the NUS Review Committee on Sexual Misconduct, the University has developed a compulsory module “A Culture of Respect and Consent” for all students and staff.
NUS Food Science and Technology Programme celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, which also sees its elevation to an academic department under NUS Science.
Duke-NUS Medical School’s 13th batch of freshmen are a diverse group of future clinicians that includes a former bank vice-president, an ex-journalist and a civil servant from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
This year’s NUS Students Union’s Rag and Flag raised a total of over S$366,900 for 22 charity programmes supported by the Community Chest. The charity efforts culminated in a display of 13 student performances at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park on 10 Aug.