Tag Archives: students

An Interactive Pedagogy Isn’t Just For Extroverts

With the education sector's growing inclination towards participatory and seminar-style learning, will introverted personalities be left behind? SMU Dean of Students Prof Paulin Straughan shares her perspectives on this discussion.
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(Un)common Law

Legal studies just got a makeover, thanks to the innovative teaching approaches of Associate Professor Goh Yihan—the youngest dean to head SMU School of Law.

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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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!

The 5 types of SMU students

College usually plays host to lots of colourful characters, and SMU is no exception! Student blogger Kritika shares her tongue-in-cheek taxonomy of SMU students. A must-read!

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