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January 2017 Issue

Learning

Furthering studies in public policy and health

Two Concurrent Degree Programmes with Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and the Yale School of Public Health allow students to deepen their knowledge and skills in a specific field and engage in advanced scholarship.

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Living

Presenting on cyber security in Vienna

Hrishi Olickel (Class of 2018) and Assistant Professor Aquinas Hobor presented a paper on cyber security at a conference in Vienna in October 2016.

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Living

Undergraduate research journal launched

On 18 November 2016, the Yale-NUS College Society for Academic Research (YNSAR) launched the inaugural Yale-NUS Undergraduate Journal.

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Community

For Dr Jean Liu, Love is an open door

In The Effect by Lucy Prebble, a doctor sought to discover whether two people could be made to fall in love using a love drug. Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (Psychology) Jean Liu sought to find this out in her PhD research.  

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Giving

Looking at the world from a different window

Living

Students win in P&G Asia CEO Challenge 2016

In the last quarter of 2016, two Yale-NUS students brought home the top honours in the prestigious Procter & Gamble (P&G) Asia CEO Challenge.

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Community

The relevance of a liberal arts education

On 9 January 2017, Valerie Smith, President of Swarthmore College, gave a talk to students on the relevance of a liberal arts education

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Community

Yale-NUS College: A place like no other

On 5 August 2016, Assistant Professor Anju Paul was the first faculty member to be nominated by the Orientation Committee to address the matriculating Class of 2020 at the First Year Assembly,

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With support from the Tan Chin Tuan Foundation, 11 Yale-NUS students stepped up their language learning efforts last summer. They did so by embarking on immersive programmes at language schools in various Chinese-speaking countries under the Chinese Language Scholarship. Despite starting out with varying levels of language proficiency, all of them had similar goals – to learn the Chinese language and further develop their appreciation for Chinese culture and history.

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