Articles tagged with 'Education' | National University of Singapore

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2021
06
May
2021
| 17:36 Asia/Singapore
“You’ve got to live as if you’re going to die tomorrow. But you’ve got to learn as if you are going to live forever.”This quote surfaced during the Universitas 21 (U21) Annual Network Meeting and Annual General Meeting (AGM) and just about summarised...
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05
May
2021
| 15:30 Asia/Singapore
The Department of English Language and Literature at the NUS Faculty Arts and Social Sciences will be awarding the Edwin Thumboo Prize 2021 to four pre-university students for their exceptional performance in the study of literature.Named after one o...
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05
May
2021
| 15:06 Asia/Singapore
How can the latest technologies be harnessed to allow students to learn better?NUS has launched new tools to do just that. geNiUSworld is a new teaching and learning initiative at NUS which comprises geNiUSchannel and geNiUSbooks.geNiUSchannel includ...
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05
May
2021
| 09:48 Asia/Singapore
Undergraduates from NUS Law have done exceptionally well in several recent moot competitions, demonstrating their talent and finesse in arguing their cases in the pressure-cooker courtroom environment.The icing on the cake was the first runner-up spo...
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04
May
2021
| 11:57 Asia/Singapore
Enjoying a glass of juice, tucking into a hearty piece of meat or having a plate of cut fruit may be part of the diet that many do not give much thought to. However, could these common food items be more nutritious or sustainable? Some final-year und...
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03
May
2021
| 09:55 Asia/Singapore
By Asst Prof Cheung Hoi Shan from the Division of Social Sciences (Psychology) at Yale-NUS College and Asst Prof Lee Jungup from the Dept of Social Work at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, NUS College of Humanities and SciencesCNA Online, 3 M...
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29
April
2021
| 12:59 Asia/Singapore
By Assoc Prof Alexander Cook, Vice Dean of Research and Domain Leader (Biostatistics & Modelling) at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at NUSCNA Online, 29 April 2021...
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28
April
2021
| 11:13 Asia/Singapore
Universities need to adopt resilient and versatile learning systems, while maintaining high-quality standards of education – that was the consensus of speakers at the recent Temasek Foundation-NUS Programme for Leadership in University Management (TF...
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27
April
2021
| 16:25 Asia/Singapore
In this series, NUS News profiles the outstanding educators who have inspired generations of students at the University....
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27
April
2021
| 11:24 Asia/Singapore
Universities need to constantly transform and innovate to meet expectations from societies worldwide for greater contributions – especially during troubled times such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.According to NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye,...
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22
April
2021
| 14:33 Asia/Singapore
NUS female students can look forward to learning to build a career for themselves with greater confidence and passion -- in a six-week course at the University that is run exclusively for women on the threshold of stepping into the working world.Helm...
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14
April
2021
| 09:00 Asia/Singapore
Programming robotic systems is expensive and requires deep technical skills, with multinational corporations typically the only ones able to afford these solutions.NUS Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Year 3 Economics major Daryl Lim would know. He ex...
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13
April
2021
| 11:15 Asia/Singapore
The Straits Times, 13 April 2021, Singapore’s Best Employers 2021, pB10The Straits Times, 13 April 2021, Singapore’s Best Employers 2021, pB12-B13...
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08
April
2021
| 15:28 Asia/Singapore
NUS Law students have done well in two recent dispute resolution competitions, showing that they are as capable outside the courtroom as they are within it.2021 Lex Infinitum VIFor a third time, NUS Law secured top place in the Mediator category and ...
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07
April
2021
| 14:40 Asia/Singapore
Why is NUS ramping up its focus on interdisciplinary education? How can students benefit from new initiatives such as the College of Humanities and Sciences, and the Common Curriculum for engineering and design? How can there be a balance between dep...
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06
April
2021
| 17:31 Asia/Singapore
Students at NUS are being geared up to face challenges thrown up by an increasingly unpredictable world – through a three-pronged strategy introduced by the University that emphasises interdisciplinarity, experiential and cross-cultural learning, as ...
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06
April
2021
| 11:24 Asia/Singapore
In this series, NUS News profiles the outstanding educators who have inspired generations of students at the University....
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01
April
2021
| 10:30 Asia/Singapore
The National University of Singapore (NUS) will offer two new graduate programmes in digital financial technology (FinTech) in the new academic year, to help build a robust ecosystem of high-quality research talent and capabilities to support the fas...
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31
March
2021
| 11:43 Asia/Singapore
Professor Simon Chesterman will be continuing on as Dean of the Faculty of Law (NUS Law) for a fourth term. The extension of Prof Chesterman’s appointment as NUS Law’s 14th Dean follows a recent decision by Professor Hans Tjio to relinquish his upcom...
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30
March
2021
| 11:31 Asia/Singapore
The Business Times Online, 29 March 2021CNA, 29 March 2021Channel 5 News, 29 March 20218world, 29 March 20218world Online, 29 March 2021Channel U News, 29 March 2021Suria News, 29 March 2021Suria News Online, 29 March 2021Vasantham News, 29 March 202...
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30
March
2021
| 09:32 Asia/Singapore
Having their 3D-printed gadget destroyed by a parrot, getting a mysterious phone call from a robot in the middle of the night, or spending their Christmas countdown debugging a crashed computer on a deserted rooftop - NUS students taking the Innovati...
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22
March
2021
| 15:32 Asia/Singapore
By Profe Tan Chorh Chuan, University Professor at NUS, Chief Health Scientist and Executive Director of the Office of Healthcare Transformation at the Ministry of Health, Singapore; and Prof Richard Levin, President Emeritus at Yale University and Se...
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22
March
2021
| 12:02 Asia/Singapore
In this series, NUS News profiles the outstanding educators who have inspired generations of students at the University.  “Doing my best for my students—it’s natural. It’s what we should do as ordinary human beings, that’s one thing. And secondly, te...
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18
March
2021
| 09:02 Asia/Singapore
A nine-month traineeship that tapped on his knowledge of Geographical Information System (GIS) - it was right up Desmond Soh's alley. He needed no nudging to accept the job opportunity as a modelling engineer with DHI Water & Environment (S) Pte Ltd....
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17
March
2021
| 15:00 Asia/Singapore
In collaboration with CNA938How does NUS prepare students to be highly sought after talent in the workforce of the future?Find out how the University has developed and broadened our curriculum to better prepare our graduates, and how interdisciplinar...
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16
March
2021
| 14:47 Asia/Singapore
Jobs have evolved, with technology and rapid digital disruption changing the future of work. An engineer producing electric vehicles must not only have technical knowledge, but also an eye for design and how new technology works.An architect developi...
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16
March
2021
| 10:00 Asia/Singapore
In 2020, Nicholas Soh Keng Siang was finishing his final year in NUS Mechanical Engineering and looking forward to becoming an aeronautical engineer. Then the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out his plans. The aerospace industry suffered an unprecedented cri...
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13
March
2021
| 10:54 Asia/Singapore
The Straits Times, 13 March 2021, Singapore, pB6Lianhe Zaobao, 14 March 2021, p5...
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12
March
2021
| 17:41 Asia/Singapore
In this series, NUS News profiles the outstanding educators who have inspired generations of students at the University....
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12
March
2021
| 10:09 Asia/Singapore
Leading securities regulation scholar Professor Hans Tjio has been appointed as the next Dean of NUS Law with effect from 1 July 2021. He will succeed Professor Simon Chesterman as NUS Law’s 15th Dean.“NUS is pleased that after a rigorous global sear...
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