03 March 2015 | Education

The Yale-NUS College has hired another 20 academics from fields such as political science and art. This brings the Yale-NUS College's faculty count to 70, as it prepares to move in July to its permanent Dover campus, from its temporary location at NUS University Town.

03 March 2015 | General News

Assoc Prof Phua Kai Hong from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS discussed what is the optimum mix that could best respond to the realities and emerging needs of all countries in the key dimensions of universal health coverage.

03 March 2015 | General News

Prof Zheng Yongnian, Director of the East Asian Institute at NUS, noted that the external rise of China is an irreversible process, and that capitalism plays a greater role in this rise than government.

02 March 2015 | General News

The NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences organised its inaugural Distinguished Arts and Social Sciences Alumni Awards in conjunction with the FASS STARS Awards 2015 (FASS Service, Teaching, Alumni, Research, Long Service Awards 2015) on 2 March 2015.

02 March 2015 | Research, General News

The Singapore Residential Price Index released by the Institute of Real Estate Studies at NUS revealed that resale prices of private homes continued to cool in January, falling at their fastest pace in at least two years.

02 March 2015 | General News

Assoc Prof Chu Singfat from the NUS Business School noted that the supply of Certificates of Entitlement (COEs) is lagging behind actual replacement and suggested ways to 'bank' COEs in years of plenty to smoothen the annual COE supply.

02 March 2015 | Education

As part of the revamped general education curriculum, all NUS freshmen will be taught how to use numbers or statistical data to analyse and argue a point, through a new module in quantitative reasoning.

02 March 2015 | Education

Mr Adrian Styme, a Yale-NUS College student who is a recipient of the Yale-NUS Faculty Scholarship, shared that he enjoys diverse experiences and an enriching student life at NUS.

02 March 2015 | Education

Despite having no knowledge of the Spanish language or region, Ms Shermin Chan, a Yale-NUS College student and a recipient of the Yale-NUS Global Leader Scholarship, stepped out of her comfort zone to volunteer with coffee farmers in Guatemala for a month.

02 March 2015 | Education

Ms Beverly Goh, a student from the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the first recipient of the NUS Global Merit Scholarship (Performing and Visual Arts), aspires to become a community lawyer and hopes that through her social work degree, she will have a better understanding of helping those in need before taking up a postgraduate law degree after graduation.