Singaporean poet, Alvin Pang, teaches at Yale-NUS
Learning Across Boundaries
Writing, Art, and Notions of Identity
New Concurrent Degree
Yale-NUS partners Yale School of Public Health
Through the United Nations
Under-Secretary General to the UN, Dr Noeleen Heyzer, gave a public talk at Yale-NUS
Welcoming A New Dean
Dr Patricia Craig joins Yale-NUS as Dean of International & Professional Experience
Students say 'thank you' to over 500 construction workers
At the heart of every student’s education is a program of coursework known as the Common Curriculum. Centered on the most fundamental questions in the liberal arts and science, it will offer students some understanding of the natural world, human psyche and social life, literature, the arts and history, and philosophical and mathematical thought.
Each major provides systematic training in a specific academic discipline or interdisciplinary area, and is designed to give students ample scope and flexibility to explore their interest in a chosen area of knowledge, while providing direction and depth to their studies.
Prof Patke brings a firm commitment to the introduction of a liberal arts curriculum to Southeast Asia, and a keen interest in an integrated approach to the arts as part of the overall experience of a liberal arts education for the 21st century.
Professor Kang has been actively involved for many years in the development of modules in the Chemistry Department, contributing to the design and teaching of a number of modules in physical chemistry at undergraduate and graduate levels, and in applied chemistry.
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