Tag Archives: Lee Kong Chian School of Business

Protecting Predators of the Sea with SMU LKCSP Scholars

"Meaningful impact" can come in many forms. For this group of LKCSP Scholars, a trip to Lombok showed opened their eyes to the brutal reality of the shark fishing industry. Through the Dorsal Effect, they learn more about these deeply misunderstood 'predators' of the sea.
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What’s the Point of a University Education?

Joachim Fong
With so many people pursuing a university education, what value is there to getting one these days? It's all theory, isn't it? SMU business undergraduate Joachim Fong, shares his opinion on this common debate.
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Venturing into Wanderland

Ngoc Internship in Atlanta
The myriad of global exposure opportunities at SMU was a big factor for Ngoc in her university selection. From overseas community service projects to summer internships in Atlanta, US, here's what her learning journey has been like.
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60 Seconds With…

If you've only got 60 seconds, how would you describe what is it like studying in Singapore and SMU? We caught up with Akshay, Ngoc and Jiwon and put them to the 60-second interview.

Local Going Global

Global exposure experienced locally? It's definitely possible as fourth year business undergraduate Darren Yuen shares. Find out what his Global Summer Programme experience was like.

Take Heed: Mindfulness Matters

60% of Singaporeans state stress as a main contributor to mental fatigue at work. With the weight of the world constantly on our shoulders, how can we find our own mind space amidst the daily mad rush? SMU Professor Jochen Reb shares more about the Mindfulness initiative that has been gaining attention.
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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.
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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.

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