17 June 2019 | General News

Mr Kenneth Lam, Career Advisor from the Career Services Office at NUS Business School opined that internships are the secret weapon to help boost a fresh graduate’s resume and help him or her be noticed. It is one area that employers will look into to see if those seeking jobs for the first time have done internships.

TODAY

16 June 2019 | General News

This is a feature on Dr Mohamed Elmie Nekmat, an NUS alumnus and Assistant Professor from the Dept of Communications and New Media at the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

Berita Minggu

16 June 2019 | General News

The NUS Tamil Language Society and NTU Tamil Literary Society co-organised the “Tamil Artificial Intelligence Symposium” at Umar Pulavar Tamil Language Centre Auditorium on 15 Jun 2019.

Tamil Murasu

16 June 2019 | General News

Prof Jochen Wirtz from the Dept of Marketing and Vice Dean (Graduate Studies) at the NUS Business School, discussed Boeing’s challenges in restoring confidence and trust among airlines, pilots and passengers in the wake of the deadly crashes of two Boeing 737 Max and subsequent grounding of 380 aircrafts worldwide.

CNA Online

16 June 2019 | General News

Jonathan Tiong, third-year Communications and New Media student at NUS Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences shared that in an ideal world, everyone should be able to speak about dying without fear. He also spoke about the Human Organ Transplant Act and hopes to donate his organs for transplantation and scientific research.

TODAY

15 June 2019 | General News

Prof Tommy Koh, Chairman of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum at NUS, patron of the Nature Society and Chairman of the Advisory Committee for master’s degree in environmental management, noted that despite daunting challenges, the 1992 Earth Summit produced many landmark principles and agreements on the protection of the environment, the importance of which has grown with time.

The Straits Times

15 June 2019 | General News

Mr Pranay Gupta, Research Consultant at the Centre of Asset Management Research and Investments at NUS Business School, explained that  roboadvisers, or robos as they are known, are fintech companies that use technology to make investing easy and accessible for everyone, and discussed whether it is safe to invest our money with a roboadviser.

The Business Times

14 June 2019 | General News

Ms Kuan Wen-Mei Eileen, Senior Research Associate and Associate Professor Sing Tien Foo, Director, both from the Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies at NUS, opined that new CPF rule increasing the limit of the combined balance lease and youngest buyer age from 80 years to 95 years would encourage the buying of a home for life.

TODAY

11 June 2019 | General News

The NUS Faculty of Law hosted the 16th Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Conference from 11 to 12 Jun 2019 at the NUS Bukit Timah campus, which saw legal academics and scholars from ASLI member institutions and around the world discuss contemporary legal issues relevant to Asian countries, such as environmental law, human rights and information technology law. Minister for Law and Home Affairs K. Shanmugam delivered the keynote address at the launch of the Conference.

Suria News, CNA938, The Straits Times, and more

11 June 2019 | General News

The East Asian Institute at NUS has appointed Mr Bert Hofman, a Dutch national, as Director. He was formerly the World Bank’s country director for China, Mongolia and Korea based in Beijing, and was previously chief economist for the World Bank and director of its Singapore office between 2011 and 2014.

The Straits Times