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To all Class of 2019 graduands, congratulations on your achievement!
This lecture-panel discussion focuses on how early childhood systems can have a wealth-creating function by enabling adults' labour force participation while promoting children’s healthy development.
The ASCILITE 2019 conference is a key annual conference for practitioners, academics and researchers dedicated to the best practice and excellence in the use of technologies for teaching and learning.
Exchange best practices and ideas to create opportunities for lifelong learning and how to form learning communities across different contexts.
Date: 06 Sep 2019
In June 2019, a group of 14 SUSS students embarked on a Service-Learning project at the Women’s Education Centre in Himachal Pradesh, India.
Date: 04 Sep 2019
Prime Minister Mr Lee Hsien Loong was Guest-of-Honour at the inaugural SUSS Ministerial Forum on 4 September 2019
Date: 02 Sep 2019
Dr Zhang Meilin, lecturer of the Business Analytics programme, and her co-authors, have developed a data-driven research approach to address the issue of crowding in the Emergency department (ED).
Date: 20 Aug 2019
The overseas service-learning trip to Vientiane, Laos, provided a unique opportunity for our full-time students to serve the disabled at Hands of Hope.
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