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The Development Office hosts a speaker series with eminent leaders to promote philanthropic leadership and raise awareness of its impact.
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“If you want to learn Qi Gong, you can find a lot of videos online. But what I want you to learn today is how to be in the present and enjoy life.”
A panel of NUS Alumni from the NUS Graduate Research Programme (NUS GRIP) share their knowledge and experience in agritech and innovative farming.
NUS Giving Experience Leadership Series: Crisis to Opportunity: How has or how will 2020 shape 2021? Insights on the global economy and how businesses and communities adjust to the new normal
Insights on upcycling, reducing waste and promoting environment sustainability
The rise of intelligent automation and the flourishing of artificial intelligence has helped businesses break through the digital ceiling and enabled full-scale digital transformations
Guests were able to have a peek at the various facilities within the Department and hear from the Professors themselves
Experts gathered for an engaging discussion on legacy planning in the current volatile economic climate
A longstanding tradition of graduating students coming together to enable their juniors to enjoy the same education they received
An intimate sharing session at the 1905 Donor Experience Room where some of Mr Ng’s sculptures were displayed
The healthcare system was designed at a time when the greatest need was for acute episodic conditions but with the rise of long-term conditions, the challenge is to re-design and re-engineer
It is often the low-income families that are most adversely affected as they struggle with new norms
The University’s first-ever virtual Donor Appreciation Event
Retirement planning is ideally a life-long process, and best when you start early
The disruption, immediate challenges and the opportunities amid the uncertainties
The United States has enjoyed unchallenged global leadership but today, a new superpower is emerging
Bringing our partners and friends one step closer to understanding the process that transforms generosity to impact
Often, an act of kindness can go on to create huge waves of impact
With the need to minimise face-to-face interactions, many of us have gone digital to find new ways to live, work and play
A new generation of Singaporeans who are passionate about improving the well-being of people and the environment
In a matter of months, the world has been transformed due to COVID-19, but how long will these impacts on the environment last?
A look into common Estate Planning tools and how to better protect our loved ones
NUS Giving's first webinar series on investing during the COVID-19 pandemic
At the National University of Singapore (NUS) Greater Good Series titled, Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges in Digital Transformation through Machine Learning, experts discussed AI, cybersecurity and privacy
At the National University of Singapore (NUS) Greater Good Series titled Social Media, Impact on Singapore Society, experts gathered for and engaging discussion on the use of social media and its impact on our society
NUS Giving Run BIG (where 'BIG' stands for 'Believe In Giving' celebrates those who have made an impact on NUS and Singapore as a whole
At the National University of Singapore (NUS) Greater Good Series titled Engineering in Medicine, experts gathered for an engaging discussion on how crucial collaborations between doctors and engineers can change the future of humanity.
For many young men and women from financially challenged backgrounds, the constant worry about making ends meet is an everyday reality.
The guests at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Donor Appreciation Dinner 2019 resolutely invested in a future they believed in and planted the seeds of change.
A roomful of guests got together and had a good laugh at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Greater Good Forum (GGF) titled GGF – Women’s Matters: Nurturing her Health