Hey Jude

Whether it’s making a name for himself on YouTube, or his evolution from cover artist to singer-songwriter, SMU business undergrad and pop-rock musician Jude Young reveals the many firsts he has experienced in his music journey to date.

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An A–Z Guide for the Fresh Graduate

The path ahead for the fresh graduate is bound to be full of ups and downs. To get you prepped for life after university, Kan Siew Ning, Adjunct Faculty at SMU, shares his A to Z guide on the do’s and don’ts of working life.

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5 Life Lessons For the Class of 2016: From a 2012 Graduate

Looking back on his career and life journey since graduating in 2012, SMU accountancy alumnus, Benjamin Loh, puts together five life lessons the graduating class of 2016 can learn from.

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A Walk to Remember: Paving the Way to Doing Good

Sometimes, doing good for others is really an invaluable lesson in return. In this blog post, the SMU Challenge team shares their journey of hopes, road blocks and lessons learnt as they work towards the SMU Challenge Walkathon to be held on 31 July 2016. If you’ve seen one walkathon, you’ve seen them all, right? Well, not quite!

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It’s Not Just Entrepreneurs Who Are Innovators

A significant number of innovations are born within corporate structures. Yet companies fail to capitalise on them to the extent that entrepreneurs do, sometimes to the point that failing to see the innovation paves the way to corporate demise. How can innovators convince the non-believers? Professor Anne-Valerie Ohlsson-Corboz shared more on this and her ‘eight point mantra for innovation’ at the Future Ready Forum 2016.

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Hey Jude

Jude Young
Whether it’s making a name for himself on YouTube, or his evolution from cover artist to singer-songwriter, SMU business undergrad and pop-rock musician Jude Young reveals the many firsts he has experienced in his music journey to date. read more

An A–Z Guide for the Fresh Graduate

A to Z For Fresh Graduates
The path ahead for the fresh graduate is bound to be full of ups and downs. To get you prepped for life after university, Kan Siew Ning, Adjunct Faculty at SMU, shares his A to Z guide on the do's and don'ts of working life. read more

A Pioneering Spirit

Liu Xiaobin PhD in Economics
Being a pioneer in the SMU world of interdisciplinary PhD is both exciting and humbling, especially for Liu Xiaobin who went from small village to global city life. But the challenges abound in a brand new world hasn't steered this student off his course of pursuing an academic career and a better life for his family. read more

A Walk to Remember: Paving the Way to Doing Good

SMU Challenge Walkathon 2015
Sometimes, doing good for others is really an invaluable lesson in return. In this blog post, the SMU Challenge team shares their journey of hopes, road blocks and lessons learnt as they work towards the SMU Challenge Walkathon to be held on 31 July 2016. If you've seen one walkathon, you've seen them all, right? Well, not quite! read more

It’s Not Just Entrepreneurs Who Are Innovators

Future Ready Forum speaker Prof Anne-Valerie
A significant number of innovations are born within corporate structures. Yet companies fail to capitalise on them to the extent that entrepreneurs do, sometimes to the point that failing to see the innovation paves the way to corporate demise. How can innovators convince the non-believers? Professor Anne-Valerie Ohlsson-Corboz shared more on this and her 'eight point mantra for innovation' at the Future Ready Forum 2016. read more

Meet the Student-preneur Who Has Localised Churros

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A sophomore at SMU Lee Kong Chian Business School, Crystal Cheng is rushing for the first class of the day, having spent the night before at the Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar where she has a stall selling her very own version of the popular Spanish snack, churros. Juggling coursework with an F&B biz is far from the proverbial walk in the park. But for the student-preneur, being able to earn some dough from delicious dough twists is reason enough for making some sacrifices. read more

Keeping the Dream Alive

Meera Radhakrishnan, PhD in Information Systems
Meeralakshmi Radhakrishnan had a great job at Infosys (India) that she didn't think she'd ever want to leave. And yet, she never could quite shake off the nagging calls of her academic dreams. When the time came to make her choice, she says deciding on SMU PhD in Information Systems was a no-brainer. read more

Young Entrepreneur Empowers Children Regionally with Tech Literacy

TechSociety Jackson With Mentor
With children getting a very early start on technology, comes the scary possibility of raising a generation of mere tech consumers. Identifying this issue, SMU School of Information Systems undergraduate, Jackson Kwa, has launched his start-up, TechSociety, to tackle this growing problem by empowering children with critical tech survival skills and transforming them from consumers to creators and innovators. read more

3 Reasons That Got Me Started on My SMU MBA Journey

Anshuman Chaturvedi MBA Graduate
For SMU MBA graduate Anshuman Chaturvedi, it seems just like yesterday that he was in a state of dilemma on which MBA school to pursue. Today Anushman looks back fondly at the reasons that have taken him from India to Singapore for an unforgettable SMU MBA journey. read more