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The family of the late Dr Yong Pung How made a generous gift of $20m to the SMU Yong Pung How School of Law.
Published on 1 February 2023
A generous $20 million gift from the family of the late Dr Yong Pung How sets to establish a financial aid programme, fellowship programme and a research fund to further the legal discipline at SMU’s Yong Pung How School of Law.
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SMU College of Graduate Research Studies was launched on 11 August 2022.
Published on 21 September 2022
In today's globalised and interconnected world, it is more important than ever for postgraduate students to conduct well-rounded research, relevant to the challenges of the 21st century.
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Two SMU Case Studies were recognised at the inaugural Financial Times’ Responsible Business Education Awards. [Photo: Leo Patrizi, Getty Images]
Published on 9 March 2022
With the rise of sustainability and social impact as key priorities in the global economy, there is an urgent need for business educators to reflect these goals in their teaching. The Financial Times has created a new award to recognise business schools making significant contributions to transforming global practices.
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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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The Philippines is becoming a new Asian education hub.
Published on 22 November 2019
Assistant Professor Yasmin Ortiga of the SMU School of Social Sciences was recently awarded the National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship 2019 for her research on higher education in the Philippines.
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Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining.
Published on 22 November 2019
Professors Lim Ee-Peng and Zhu Feida from the School of Information Systems were recognised at the recent Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD) Awards.
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DBS and SMU make sustainability a major issue
Published on 18 July 2019
SMU students will be able to take up Singapore’s first Sustainability major and gain a competitive advantage upon graduation
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A smart city where man and machines collaborate
Published on 12 July 2019
The NRF Investigatorship grant will support SMU Professor Archan Misra’s vision of a smart city where humans and devices work collaboratively on projects. SMU Professor Archan Misra has received a National Research Foundation (NRF) Investigatorship grant to develop new capabilities in ultra-low power sensing and embedded machine intelligence, which can catalyse innovative applications in smart cities, factories and buildings.
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The Campus as a laboratory
Published on 4 April 2019
Taking research out of the classroom and into the real world can yield commercial, social and educational value. One of the greatest challenges for any application developer is live testing – observing how their product functions in the real world, then refining it in line with user responses. Using universities and their communities as live “testbeds” can benefit not only academics and students, but society as a whole.
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Business schools as drivers of sustainability
Published on 27 March 2019
Beyond infiltrating the business lexicon, the notion of sustainability is becoming a part of business strategy. After all, all signs are pointing towards a focus on sustainability in businesses: from government-led initiatives to create infrastructure that addresses the problems of climate change, to growing consumer demand for sustainable brands. It is becoming more important for organisations to embrace and promote sustainability on environmental, social and economic fronts as a long-term business game plan.
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