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Bank of Singapore CEO Mr Bahren Shaari will join the NUS Board of Trustees with effect from 1 June 2021.
As we resume more campus activities in Phase Three of Singapore’s re-opening, we urge our students and staff to remain cautious and continue observing the University’s safe management practices. Click for the latest updates and measures to keep our community safe.
After 14 years as Dean of the NUS Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, Professor Bernard Lanskey will be stepping down in July. Take a walk down memory lane as he recounts the evolution of one of the world's most distinctive music schools.
A new book on the esteemed Hochstadt Clan in Singapore has been published. Proceeds will be used to provide financial assistance to deserving and needy undergraduate students.
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In this special edition of the "COVID-19: Updates from Singapore" webinar series, Professor Teo Yik Ying and Associate Professor Hsu Li Yang from the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health address the situation in Singapore, given the country's recent tightening of Coronavirus measures. They are joined by the show’s regular panellists Associate Professor David Allen, Professor Dale Fisher and Dr Louisa Sun.
“If you want to sell a talk or a speaker or a class, you have to put the word leadership in it,” muses Assistant Professor Taha Hameduddin from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at NUS. But the fact is, leadership matters. And that is exactly what Asst Prof Hameduddin found in a recent study analysing the role of leadership in motivating public servants.