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Looking for enthusiastic student volunteers who wish to spend some time with families from AWWA to learn to play the ukulele!
To share the history of the rail corridor and Ulu Pandan via a guided tour with food stalls. This Bicentennial event is free. Alumnus is paying a token fee to receive an uAlumni cap and snack pack.
The conference presents three complementary broad Conference Tracks for the sharing of best practices in promoting Service-Learning for a lifelong journey of social responsibility.
Step onto the hallowed grounds of the Istana for a special Open House . This Bicentennial event is free. Alumnus is paying a token fee to receive an uAlumni cap, bento lunch and packet drink.
Date: 16 Apr 2019
70 pre-university students from the ASEAN countries gathered at SUSS from 11 to 15 March for the STEP Sociovation Forum.
Date: 03 Apr 2019
A study shows that the poor experienced decreased anxiety, increased cognitive functioning, and made better financial decisions after debt relief.
Date: 15 Mar 2019
A photograph taken by Chew Wei Qiang Joel, a Marketing student, was selected as the third prize for this year’s Singapore World Water Day photography competition.
Date: 25 Feb 2019
Amberyce Ang's study aims to understand and propose recommendations on how the community can be effectively integrated to provide support for people with Dementia (PWD).
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