Organised by The Cinnamon Conversation and initiated by students, this is a series of informal and relaxed conversations with invited guests. This week, we will have with us Mr Baey Yam Keng, Member of Parliament, and Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Transport, and Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. Join Mr Baey for a chat and lively discussion on prospects of youth, life as a politician and the local arts scene.
Organised by USP Career Services, this career talk will give you a peek into how to: 1) apply mental models to the rapid nature of collaborative work, and 2) become a knowledge worker creating value by partnering with intelligent machines. The speakers are from Design Prodigy. You will also get to explore career opportunities by interacting with these speakers.
This event, co-organised by USP student Woo Qiyun, and some Yale-NUS students and alumni, is open to all NUS students and staff. There will be booths, sharing sessions, forums, conversations, film screenings, games and swapping on a wide variety of topics like youth advocacy, urban farming, energy, zero waste, social entrepreneurship and many more.
USP alums Veerappan, co-founder and director of Sustainable Living Lab, and Alexius Yeo, director of Carbon Inq, will also be there to share some gems on sustainability and urban farming respectively.
To sign up for the sharing sessions, click HERE.For more information, click HERE.
This event is co-organised by USP students. USP is proud to contribute towards this meaningful event. Show your support if you may!
In this session organised by USP-FASS peer mentors, participants will get to know and chat with several “books” [USP students] to learn about their internship experiences in various industries – public sector, local arts scene, media, consulting, marketing and many more. Alfred Lim (USP Career Services) will also share on upcoming career workshops, as well as how you can maximise your internship exposure.
As part of the Art Month initiative, the USC Art Directorate has planned a range of activities to cater to the diverse artistic interests in our community. A different theme is adopted each week, and this week’s theme is “Literature”. Here is the week’s schedule:
28 Jan, Mon: Mailbox Surprise29 Jan, Tue: USPBlobs Art Jam (Chinese New Year Edition)29 Jan – 1 Feb, Tue – Fri: Literature in the Dark Exhibition @ Theme Room 131 Jan, Thu: Samara’s Drawing Workshop
Show time:• 25 January (Friday) and 26 January (Saturday), evening show @ 8pm-10pm• 27 January (Sunday), matinee @ 3pm-5pm
An android hospitalises a man. Meanwhile, it's business as usual for 061's human co-workers, who are less concerned about the incident than making sure it doesn't affect their salary. Of course there's also the detective whom everyone wishes wouldn't do her job so thoroughly, and the daughter who doesn't care that androids are "evil" now. But at the end of the day, it's definitely the robot's fault, right?
For ticketing details, click HERE. To know more about the play, read this article.
As USP students, we have the prerogative to understand what intellectualism truly means and its place in our world today. How important is it, really? How much does academic excellence define an intellectual, and is intellectualism a quality that should be attributed to USP as a community and to its individuals? How has the definition and perception of ‘intellectualism’ changed over the years?
Join us as we discuss these questions with USP graduates from all walks of life to gleam insight to where intellectualism has brought them and where it has failed to bring them, so we may learn to steward intellectual capacity meaningfully!
Organised by the Cinnamon Conversation and initiated by students, they invite the co-founders of Our Grandfather Story (OGS) to share anything from media, creative storytelling to managing a business. OGS is a digital video publisher featuring stories such as those of local childhood treats (and where they came from) and stories about heritage and traditions in Singapore.
Organised by USP students, there will be music and spoken word live performance, featuring USP Livecore and USP students who are excited to share some spicy tunes, stories, and poems.