NUS Giving presents: Shakers. No matter where you are in life, now is the best time to help others. As the movers and shakers of society, the illustrious alumni of the EMBA Apex-E22 Class created a legacy that bonds them forever. #thetimeisnow
NUS Giving presents: Movers. No matter where you are in life, now is the best time to help others. As the movers and shakers of society, the distinguished alumni of the Class of 1976 Engineering learned that when they give, they also receive. #thetimeisnow
This sandart performance showcases the life of Mr Ting Alvin James, a bursary recipient from the Faculty of Engineering. Coming from a humble family background and having recently lost his father to an illness, Alvin is determined to complete his tertiary education. He shares how this is made possible through support from generous donors.
This video tells the story of Mr Lee Kok Wah. Born into a family of modest means, he was able to go to university and become a business and community leader thanks to the generosity and selflessness of others. Today, Mr Lee is paying it forward by supporting students in financial need at NUS.
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The NUS Development Office presents “Dementia? What was that? I forgot.” by Professor Kua Ee Heok, Tan Geok Yin Professor in Psychiatry
This video by the NUS Development Office is a recording of a Master Class at the NUS Benefactor Campus Experience. Professor Kua shares research on moods and memories in relation to dementia
The NUS Development Office presents “Workplace behaviour: Air pollution, coffee and sleep.” by Assistant Professor Samuel Yam
This video by the NUS Development Office is a recording of a Master Class at the NUS Benefactor Campus Experience. Assistant Professor Yam explains show pollution affect your job satisfaction, and how consuming sugary drinks can affect your workplace performance.
This video by the NUS Development Office shows a Master Class at the NUS Benefactor Campus Experience. Associate Professor Koh shares the Tech Assisted Home Care model that enables patients to receive care without leaving their homes.
The NUS Development Office presents “Global Politics 2016: The new normal.” by Professor Danny Quah, Li Ka Shing Professor of Economics
This video by the NUS Development Office is a recording of a Master Classes at the NUS Benefactor Campus Experience . From Brexit to the US Election, Professor Quah shares why 2016 was indeed an extraordinary year for politics.
This video was produced by the NUS Development Office to share highlights of the NUS Benefactor Campus Experience 2016. Over the course of one and the half days, our students and our professors gave donors a chance to see gifts at work in the University and demonstrated the impact that donors are making on society. They also provided an insight into the many ways donors can help to shape the future through programmes in NUS.