Two NUS students and a recent NUS graduate are among the five-member team from Singapore that won ETH Zurich’s InCube Innovation Challenge with their pitch for a worker allocation system for construction sites.
A group of international experts gathered together on 12 and 13 September to delve into issues of climate change, urban resilience, and food and water security during a two-day Singapore Centre for Urban Resilience (SeCURE) International Preparatory workshop, organised by NUS in collaboration with Deltares.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Mr Heng Swee Keat shared his thoughts on Singapore’s past, present and future at a recent dialogue session on 30 September, as part of the Singapore Bicentennial Conference, organised by the Institute of Policy Studies at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS.
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing on 20 July, a passionate group of students came together to launch one of the University’s newest student interest groups — NUS Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.
Students from NUS Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) will be able to explore social entrepreneurship with the newly launched NUS FASS Social Incubator Programme (SIP). Aimed to provide FASS students with the opportunity to co-develop social advancement and social entrepreneurship programmes, participants will take the lead in running their own social enterprise projects, with supervision and advice from the faculty.
The Singapore Summit Young Societal Leaders Programme 2019 kicked off with a dialogue session on 18 September between the 18 delegates and Minister for Manpower Mrs Josephine Teo.