08 September 2015 | General News

The Dept of Southeast Asian Studies at the NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences had organised an exhibition titled 'Spirits of Metal: An Exhibition of Bugis Makassar Weaponry' at the NUS Central Library from 27 August to 4 September 2015.

07 September 2015 | General News

Assoc Prof Tan Ern Ser from the NUS Faulty of Arts and Social Sciences and Institute of Policy Studies at NUS highlighted that the concerns of the sandwiched generation and the middle class will matter in the 2015 general election. He opined that the perceived hardships arising from issues such as housing, healthcare and the pursuit of upward social mobility could affect the People's Action Party Government's track record, notwithstanding its efforts to address them over the past four years.

07 September 2015 | Education, Community

The Herpetological Society of Singapore co-founded by NUS life sciences undergraduate Mr Sankar Ananthanarayanan, will be organising free guided walks to showcase the herp diversity that Singapore has in its nature reserves to the public in the September school holidays.

07 September 2015 | General News

Dr Gillian Koh from the Institute of Policy Studies at NUS discussed about the release of sample counts for GE2015 and shared that this may have been a result of rumours about the outcome of a few electoral contests before the official results were announced in the 2011 general election.

07 September 2015 | Education, General News

Mr Christoper Mui and a few students from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music at NUS will be showcasing their talent at the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015 upon the invitation of local veteran musical group T'ang Quartet.

06 September 2015 | General News

Assoc Prof Thang Leng Leng from NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences discussed about the responsibilities of an educator and how one always desire to see one's student progress and go a mile further.

06 September 2015 | General News

Ms Foo Su Ling from NUS Museum gave an insight into the NUS Baba House that was once the ancestral home of a Straits Chinese family, and now conceived as a heritage house which facilitates appreciation, reflection and research into the Straits Chinese history and culture.

06 September 2015 | Education, Research

A group of third-year students from Yale-NUS College had designed Electionaire, a web survey which allows users to measure their political stance on the issues of GE2015 the policies of Singapore's political parties.

  • Channel 8 News, 6 September 2015
05 September 2015 | Research

The NUS Faculty of Law has collaborated with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore to establish the Centre for Maritime Law (CML) and a new MPA Professorship in Maritime Law. The new centre will focus on maritime law research in Singapore and the region, and will also support and enhance the teaching of maritime law among undergraduates and postgraduate students. Prof Stephen Girvin, who is the Founding Director of CML, has been appointed the inaugural MPA Professor in Maritime Law.

05 September 2015 | General News

More than 1,000 alumni of the NUS Business School took part in the Homecoming event that was organised the School's 50th anniversary. The event comprised six masterclasses helmed by the School's distinguished professors, addressing topics such as how to succeed in the competitive China market, COE system in Singapore, and retirement planning.