The NUS Business School has expanded its wide repertoire of degree programmes to include a new Master of Science in Finance that provides a rigorous and industry-relevant learning environment complete with robust internship and networking opportunities.
In spite of the hard work involved in managing their respective companies, a number of start-up founders, such as Ms Tan Peck Ying of the pslove company and Mr Kenneth Lou of Seedly, return to NUS regularly to mentor current students.
Highlighted in the media this past week were Professor Angelique Chan from Duke-NUS Medical School; Professor Robert Kamei from the Institute for the Application of Learning Science and Educational Technology; and Assistant Professor Joseph Fitzsimons from the Centre for Quantum Technologies.
NUS Engineering researchers have developed a single integrated plant system custom-made for tropical climates that can simultaneously produce electricity, water, air-conditioning and heat in an environmentally-friendly way.
The Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music at NUS took its first foray into the operatic scene with its staging of Handel’s Acis & Galatea, performed by a cast and orchestra consisting almost entirely of YST Conservatory students, on 6 and 7 October.
Doing their part for the community, NUS Medicine, NUS Nursing and NUS Social Work students provided free health screenings for some 450 Kampong Glam residents on 7 and 8 October as part of the annual Neighbourhood Health Service initiative.