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Official launch of the Overseas Centre Ho Chi Minh City.
Growth in Asia

SMU launches new representative office in Vietnam

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SMU has officially launched its representative office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, known as the SMU Overseas Centre Ho Chi Minh City (OCHCMC) – a significant step in SMU’s mission to foster knowledge sharing and regional collaboration as a gateway university in Asia.

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(L-R) SMU Prof Lily Kong, SMU Prof Lim Sun Sun, SingCham China's Mr Ong Tze Guan, and His Excellency Peter Tan at the signing of the MOU.
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The SMU Industry Leaders Dialogue in China was held in Beijing at the Hong Kong Jockey Club on 6 June 2024. Themed as “Financing a Greener Future: China and Southeast Asia”, the event also featured the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SMU and the Singapore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SingCham) in China, as well as the launch of the SMU School of Accountancy Beijing Alumni Group.

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Banyan Tree Holdings founder Ho Kwon Ping speaking at the launch of a new book about him at SMU on 21 May 2024..
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The book, Behind the Banyan: Ho Kwon Ping, which Mr Ho launched at SMU on 21 May, walks the reader through his experiences as he steered hotel chain Banyan Tree through various milestones and challenges – including the recent pandemic when it had to operate with zero occupancy at many of its properties.

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(L-R) Ethan Martin, Tay Ting Hui, Claire Soh and Ng Hsien Ray.
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SMU’s business case club, Team Cognitare, has continued its strong track record, this time clinching the title of Global Champions for the second consecutive year at the prestigious International Case Competition @ Maastricht (ICC@M).

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Members of SMU Project Gazaab with local students in Nepal.
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SMU Overseas Community Service Project (OCSP) Project Gazaab aims to empower youths in Nepal by imparting business knowledge and skills to them, enabling them to realise their potential as entrepreneurs. For the 12th iteration of the project, SMU volunteers from Project Gazaab Nepal XII made the trek to Nepal’s remote mountain villages to teach local students entrepreneurial skills.

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SMU Provost Prof Timothy Clark (left) with Ms Mengchen Zhen of Boston University who won the Best Paper on Marketing at the Singapore Scholars Conference 2024.
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To systematically help postgraduate research students, SMU’s College of Graduate Research Studies held the second Singapore Rising Scholars Conference in May 2024, with 60 papers by presenters from 22 institutions around the world.

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SMU City Dialogues Bangkok 2024.
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The launch of the inaugural overseas edition of SMU City Dialogues took place in Bangkok on 9 May 2024, centred around the theme “Growing Asia’s Secondary Cities – Challenges and Opportunities.”

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SMu President Prof Lily Kong.
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SMU President Professor Lily Kong has been conferred the highly prestigious Royal Geographical Society Victoria Medal 2024 for conspicuous merit in social and cultural geography and in urban research.

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Odyssey 2024: Charting the Voyage
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SMU Odyssey – an annual student-led mentoring platform for professionals and students to forge connections – this year, embraced the theme Charting the Voyage and drew together close to 800 participants, including 220 alumni and 38 C-suite speakers across various industries.

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Earth Day is celebrated on 22nd April every year, dedicated to awareness about various environmental challenges that face our planet. Since 2006, SMU has embarked on a journey towards being a thought leader and solution partner in managing environmental change and contributing to sustainable city living. We highlight some of our latest research, thought leadership and achievements towards building a greener planet.
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To mark Earth Day 2024, SMU Engage provides a review of SMU’s recent contributions towards a greener planet through research, thought leadership, achievements, outreach and education.

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Assistant Professor Andree Hartanto has been named APS Rising Star.
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Assistant Professor Andree Hartanto from the SMU School of Social Sciences has been recognised as a “Rising Star” by the Association for Psychological Science (APS). APS presents the Rising Star Award to outstanding APS members in the earliest stages of their research career post-PhD and recognises researchers whose innovative work has already advanced the field and signals great potential for their continued contributions.

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