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SMU Asst Prof Jerrold Soh speaking at the Straits Times Education Forum 2024.
Engaged City University

Coming face to face with the AI revolution

Published on 5 April 2024

SMU was again partner and host of The Straits Times Education Forum, which examined the opportunities and challenges around AI, and the critical issues demanding solutions from policymakers, companies, and individuals. Moderated by SMU Professor Lim Sun Sun, it featured Mr Ben King from Google, Mr Tan Kok Yam from SkillsFuture and SMU Asst Prof Jerrold Soh.

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The new SMU-Duke-NUS Medicine Pathway aims to groom future clinicians who can help mould the healthcare ecosystem with a multidisciplinary perspective.
Published on 12 March 2020

The new SMU-Duke-NUS Medicine Pathway aims to groom future clinicians who can help mould the healthcare ecosystem with a multidisciplinary perspective.

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SMU Dean, School of Economics, Prof Hoon Hian Teck
Published on 10 March 2020

Professor Hoon Hian Teck was appointed the Dean of the School of Economics this year, after an extensive and rigorous global search spanning almost two years. He is a stalwart of SMU, having joined the university in 2001, just a year after its inception.

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SMU-TCS iCity Lab’s SHINESeniors project won the AI & Augmented Humanity category at the 9th annual SuperNova Awards
Published on 5 March 2020

Why SMU-TCS iCity Lab’s SHINESeniors project won the AI & Augmented Humanity category at the 9th annual SuperNova Awards by Constellation Research, Inc. Based on current demographic trends, the number of citizens aged 65 and above in Singapore is expected to reach 900,000 by 2030. Which means that 1 in 4 Singaporeans will be in that age group.

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SMU was recognised for its groundbreaking business education at the annual Reimagine Education Awards & Conference.
Published on 24 February 2020

SMU is recognised twice for its groundbreaking business education, at the annual Reimagine Education Awards & Conference. Imagine guest speakers from halfway across the world delivering a classroom address – via a holographic avatar; or students taking in a lecture right at their desks during lunch – instead of fighting rush hour traffic to get to night classes every other day of the week.

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Award-winning SMU PhD candidate Sean Lee.
Published on 24 February 2020

Fourth-year School of Social Sciences PhD student Sean Lee talks about his award-winning paper, challenges faced and his upcoming research.

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From July 2020, the LKCSB Master of Science in Management (MiM) will be offered on a blended learning basis.
Published on 21 February 2020

  With emerging demographic trends such as an ageing population, the increased velocity of change in business and the resulting need to upgrade one’s skills and qualifications, lifelong learning has emerged as a priority for individuals and corporations alike. The trend of frequent career changes over a lifetime makes continuing education a necessity, according to a 2015 study by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Centre.

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Inaugural SMU CIty Dialogue 2019
Published on 22 November 2019

At the inaugural SMU City Dialogues Series, nearly 60 key industry professionals from around the world shared ideas and debated strategies for battling climate change.

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SMU City Dialogues 2019.
Published on 22 November 2019

A recent symposium at SMU brought together key industry players and thought leaders to discuss the relationship between sustainability and economic growth. Three of these experts share their views with SMU Engage. The science has spoken. Climate change is a global emergency that is forcing us to rethink the way we spend Mother Nature’s precious resources as we try to forge a better way of life.

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TY Lee Mindfulness Distinguished Lecture Series 2019.
Social Fabric and Quality of Life

Mindfulness for a more humane future

Published on 22 November 2019

For the first TY Lee Mindfulness Distinguished Lecture Series 2019, distinguished psychologist Dr Steven Hickman explored the value and practice of mindfulness and how it can help to shape a happier future. With rapid technological advancement and socio-political turmoil roiling the world today, it’s not surprising that a pervasive sense of isolation is on the rise. That probably explains why mindfulness has become the subject of increasing attention in recent years.

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The Ngee Ann Kongsi Annual Lecture Series 2019.
Published on 22 November 2019

Private racism and economic injustice may work against a society’s ideals and values, but explicitly enlarging the scope of justice to address these private acts can make a world of difference, says Dartmouth College’s Associate Professor Sonu Bedi . We usually think of justice as being under the purview of governments, typically expressed in legislation that is shaped by social norms and shared values, and whose workings continue to reinforce these norms and values.

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