Youth from across Asia are gathered in Singapore for the STEP Environment Camp to discuss pressing environmental issues like plastic pollution, mangrove rehabilitation and food waste.
NUS Alumni Relations’ second NUS U@live Forum for the year on 30 October tackled the idea of Islamophobia — its origins, its impact and how to eradicate it from society.
The NUS Mind Science Centre supported “Remember Me”, a theatrical music performance at the Esplanade that aimed to raise awareness about the experiences of people living with dementia and the impact on their family and sense of identity.
Members of the cyber community put their minds together to work towards cyber resilience at the inaugural “Cyber N’US”, organised by NUS Information Technology and Innovation Cybersecurity Ecosystem at Block71.
When Ravivarma Muniandy worked odd jobs in Singapore six years ago, the Malaysian never dreamt that he would be back as an exchange scholar at NUS. But he has turned his life around – and like fellow scholars under the TF LEaRN Programme, he is looking to make a difference in others’ lives.
A much-welcome bursary has helped ease the financial burden on NUS Business student Alex Yang’s shoulders. At a donor appreciation event, he thanked his bursary provider while NUS Senior Deputy President and Provost, Professor Ho Teck Hua, shared how seriously the University takes its stewardship of donated funds.
NUS Senior Vice President (Health Affairs) Professor John Eu-Li Wong has been elected to the prestigious US National Academy of Medicine.