Digital disruption is happening across businesses, industries and countries. Speaking to about 200 The NUS BBA students, Ms Zarina Lam Stanford, Head of Marketing Asia Pacific and Japan SAP gave a talk on how the digitisation is transforming the business world at NUS Business School. Stephanie Lam, final year Accountancy and Marketing student, recounts the interactive session held on 6 September 2017.
Team Singapore athletes brought home a remarkable 188 medals at the 29th Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. After two weeks of intense competition, the Games came to a close on 30 August. Contributing to this impressive feat were NUS students and alumni who did the nation and University proud with their fighting spirit and sportsmanship. A special shout out to our NUS Business School students who were part of this contingent.
Men’s Water Polo Team
Organised by the Career Services Office, the annual Relazione career networking event aims to connect graduating undergraduates with international and local organisations for career opportunities. This year’s edition was held on 23 August and was attended by about 250 students. More than 45 companies were at the event including Apple, Lazada, Unilever and Singtel.
Some 100 NUS Business School alumni and their families joined the Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day on 19 August at Utown. The event is NUS’ annual homecoming to welcome alumni, students, staff and their families to the NUS campus.
Family Day had programmes such as stage performances by alumni performers, a self-defence demonstration, sports activities, music workshops, drone and racing car simulators, an art exhibition and an outdoor movie screening of animated film Trolls.
Corporate giving takes on a new meaning at the Company of Good Fellowship Programme developed by the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC) in 2017.
Assoc Prof Lawrence Loh, Director at the Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) of NUS Business School was invited by NVPC to teach and share his expertise at the Dialogue and Networking Session hosted by Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) on 27 June.
Last Friday, 17 February, the Undergraduate Scholarship and Bursary Awards
Appreciation Dinner, was held at the NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House. Ms Ngiam Siew Wei, whose mother, Madam Wu Po Kin, Jean, established the Mr & Mrs Wu Jieh Yee Memorial Scholarship, shared about her grandparents’ and parents’ continuous commitment to support Education.
The 4th Influential Women in Banking & Investments Forum was held at Pan Pacific Singapore on 16 February.
Some 60 faculty, students, staff and industry experts attended the panel discussion organised by the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI). The theme of the event was “The Golden Touch: Gender Diversity and Firm Performance”.
Organised by the NUS Business School, in-conjunction with The Tata Group, the 10th edition of the Tata Crucible Campus Quiz Singapore saw a total of 164 participants (82 teams) participating.
Two teams (Ryan and Dylan, and Tianming and Yu See) from NUS Business School, who made it into the highly competitive top final eight-team stage, share their exciting experience. The preliminary round saw 20 questions across various topics addressed to all participants. This was followed by a short wild card round amongst teams ranked 7 to 14 based on the scores. Out of which 2 teams joined the 6 top scoring teams to make an eight-team stage final where they were further tested with five rounds of live, rapid-fire quizzing.