23 July 2019 | General News

In this series from the Enterprise 50 Educational Project between the E50 partners and NUS Business School, Business students Erna Adlina Bte Kamarul Azman, Gan Jin Hui, Nahidha Shaikh and Sim Shi Rong discussed SAC Capital Private Limited, one of the winners of the Enterprise 50 Awards in 2018. The corporate finance company stressed on integrity to build trust among its partners and clients.

The Business Times

22 July 2019 | General News

The NUS Tamil Language Society’s production of “Sangae Muzhangu 2019”, which drew inspiration from Singapore's bicentennial anniversary, will take place on 2 and 3 Aug 2019 at the University Cultural Centre. Sangae Muzhangu has served as an excellent platform for NUS Indian students to showcase their artistic performances.

Tamil Murasu

22 July 2019 | General News

Lauren Ong, final-year Psychology student from NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences opined that we should view passion as something more fluid in that it gives us leeway to pursue where we can venture in different directions without the pressure of needing to be good at it.

TODAY

22 July 2019 | General News

Mr Kenneth Lam, Senior Manager and Career Advisor from the Career Services Office at NUS Business School, noted that it is important to learn how to manage difficult bosses with professionalism while getting the job done, and shared tips on doing so.

TODAY

20 July 2019 | General News

Prof C Raja Mohan, Director of the Institute of South Asian Studies at NUS, pointed out that as space-faring countries and tech tycoons become new players in a new space race, the rights to celestial bodies are being questioned.

The Straits Times

19 July 2019 | Research, General News

A study commissioned by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS titled "Cars, Condos and Cai Png: Singaporeans’ Perceptions of Class, Wealth and Status", found that Singaporeans believed that what sets the “high class” and “low class” populations apart are their jobs and income, housing and education levels, as well as whether they consume brands that are associated with either classes. A few also identified language as a signpost of class status.

TODAY

19 July 2019 | General News

In conjunction with its 50th anniversary celebration, the NUS Malay Language Society launched several new initiatives to improve the quality of its ongoing programmes in preserving Malay language and culture, as well as raising greater student awareness about social issues.

Suria News Online

18 July 2019 | Education

Assoc Prof Peter Borschberg from the Dept of History at NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences lectured on the waters of 1500s Singapore and its surrounds in a talk organised on 11 July 2019 at Fort Canning Centre under the “Singapore History Series – Seven Centuries in Six Episodes”, as part of the Skills Future Festival in collaboration with the Singapore Bicentennial Office.

The Straits Times

18 July 2019 | Research

Asst Prof Benjamin Tee and his team from the Dept of Materials Science and Engineering at NUS Faculty of Engineering have invented an artificial nervous system capable of detecting touches more than 1,000 times faster than the human equivalent, paving the way for smarter robots and prosthetic devices that possess a sense of touch.

The Straits Times, Lianhe Zaobao and more

18 July 2019 | General News

Dr Chen Gang, Assistant Director and Senior Research Fellow from the East Asian Institute at NUS, noted that the US-China trade dispute has caused a huge ripple effect and resulted in a profound impact on the international relations pattern in East Asia.

Lianhe Zaobao