2015   10 March 2015
Prof Chris Chia inducted into Hall of Fame
Practice Professor Christopher Chia has been inducted into the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) Hall of Fame. The award honours individuals who have shaped the Infocomm & Media (ICM) landscape of Singapore with their achievements and contributions. “I am tremendously honoured and grateful that the Singapore Computer Society has conferred this…
2015   02 March 2015
Prof Ho Teck Hua Appointed NUS Deputy President
Professor Ho Teck Hua has been appointed Deputy President (Research and Technology) at NUS. Beginning 1 June, 2015, he will take over from Professor Barry Halliwell, who served in the role since 2006. Prof Ho started his academic career at NUS in 1988, and life has come to a full…
2015   17 February 2015
East meets West: NUS Business School partners with Chicago Booth
NUS Business School is joining forces with the University of Chicago Booth School of Business to develop human capital for Asia’s dynamic economies and corporations through a series of executive education programmes. To be named the Asia Executive Series, it kicks off in November 2015 with the intensive one-week ‘Emerging…
2015   05 February 2015
Brewing a Silent Revolution
Sometimes it takes losing everything to grow and discover yourself. NUS BBA alumna Anthea Ong‘s story is one such take on triumphing over adversity. After her graduation in 1990, Anthea built a successful career, got married and even embarked on an entrepreneurial venture in education technology and consulting.  She made…
2015   02 February 2015
What Makes A Successful Leader In Asia?
“Managing businesses in Asia  – The Leadership Qualities Required to Succeed” was the topic of this year’s first Leadership Dialogue Series. Businesses in Asia face monumental obstacles – operational challenges in cross cultural traits, complex employment conditions and fickle consumers, among others – in their quest for profitability.
2015   24 January 2015
Dr Michael Frese wins Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award
Our heartiest congratulations to Professor Michael Frese, who has been awarded the 2015 Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award by the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology (SIOP). The award honours individuals who have made the most distinguished empirical and/or theoretical scientific contributions to the field of industrial and organisational (I-O) psychology. The…
2015   12 January 2015
Bizad Charity Run kicks off 50th Anniversary Celebrations
Our 50th anniversary celebrations got under way with an event to give back to the community. The Bizad Charity Run 2015 saw more than 1300 staff, students and alumni of the School come together to raise more than $140,000 to support financially-strapped undergraduates, as well as help Assumption Pathway School (APS) students who…
2015   05 January 2015
“I don’t want any regrets when I look back at my life”: Leonard Lee
A computer programmer at the age of 14, then a PhD scholar at MIT and a marketing professor. Not exactly a typical career progression. Dean’s Chair and Associate Professor Leonard Lee explains his unconventional career decisions in an interview with Outside-In: Early Years “I was 14 when my dad brought…
2014   30 December 2014
Outstanding Achievement Award for Undergrads
The Auditor-General’s Office (AGO) is to sponsor an Outstanding Achievement Award for NUS Business School undergraduates. Auditor-General Willie Tan and Dean Professor Bernard Yeung signed a Memorandum of Understanding on December 10, 2014, which will offer award recipients the opportunity of an internship with the AGO. The award will be given to…
2014   30 November 2014
New Programme to Groom Asian Finance Leaders
The School recently announced the Asia Leaders in Financial Institutions (ALFI) programme to equip finance industry practitioners with the capabilities to assume regional and global leadership responsibilities. The programme, designed for senior directors and managing directors in the financial sector, will feature a curriculum aimed at strengthening thought leadership, professional competencies, and change…
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