2016   05 August 2016
Another type of NUS Orientation – by the Enablers
There is another type of Orientation in NUS. A kind, gentle, compassionate one.  Those who organise it call themselves the NUS Enablers. Orientation 2016 Project Director, Ruth Lee, FASS Year 1 going 2, says: There is a need for a special Orientation for student with special needs (SSNs) for various…
2016   31 July 2016
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Ong Hua Han was deciding between NUS Business School and another university which was nearer home and most importantly, on flatter ground.  Even his family doctor discouraged him from NUS because it would be hard for him to move around its hilly terrain. He was born with a condition called…
2016   29 July 2016
Thank you, Reedz!
After serving delicious food to the business school community as well as hosting many events for six years, Reedz Cafe@BizSchool is now closing. It did not win the tender to continue with its operations in the school and will make way for a new café come August. We take a walk down…
2016   27 July 2016
As the road rises
When you first meet Grace Chow (BBA Class of 2015), she strikes you as an unassuming twenty-something girl next door. She has 57,000 Instagram followers and lists among her clients Chanel, Christian Dior and Saks Fifth Avenue. Her client list, which reads like the who’s who in the fashion industry, are enamoured…
2016   26 July 2016
The Happiness Doctor  
It would not be far-fetched to call Associate Professor Siok Tambyah the “happiness doctor”. She does research about happiness and wellbeing and even teaches a course called ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’. In real life, she is happiest when exploring new ideas and places, as well as spending time with family…
2016   20 July 2016
The wind in his sails
Justin Liu, our third-year business and economics student is currently in Rio de Janeiro with teammate Denise Lim, to represent Singapore at the Olympic Games. They will be sailing the catamaran Nacra 17 class. What an opportunity, and what an honour! Follow them on https://www.facebook.com/JustinAndDenise Outside In spoke with Justin…
2016   30 June 2016
A gift of sunshine from Business School alumni
There is a group of Business School students who have come together to establish a foundation that builds schools in the poorest regions of China. The Inspiring Sunshine Foundation’s (ISSF) goal is to build 101 schools by its tenth year and to educate and equip these children – to help them break…
2016   22 June 2016
Undergrads win case competition in Hong Kong
Congratulations to our BBA students who have won the HSBC/HKU Asia Pacific Business Case Competition 2016. Ahamed Marzouq (BBA Year 2), Du Yan (BAC Year 2), Joel Goh Zongwei (BBA Year 4) and Sharyn Poerwanto (BBA Year 2) defeated 23 university teams from 19 countries to snag the top prize…
2016   27 May 2016
Our Desert Adventures – A Tale of Two Treks
Our 2015 Team The Yashasai, short for the Asia-Pacific Business Schools Desert Adventure Challenge, invites MBA students from top business schools from the Asia-Pacific region. In 2015, our school participated in the race for the first time. Nine students from NUS joined MBA students from 52 schools from all over the…
2016   18 May 2016
Sam Yam makes list of top 40 under 40 Biz School Dons
Congrats to Asst Prof Sam Yam who made Poets&Quants’ most outstanding 40 under 40 professors at leading business schools. Poets&Quants.com is a news portal devoted to the coverage of all that matters in the graduate business school world. Every year, Poets&Quants puts out a call for nominations—students, alumni and the…