I Wanted to Learn More About Data Analytics to Enhance My Career. SMU’s MSA Is Giving Me the Skills I Need

Ng Pei Lin was keen to deepen her knowledge about data analytics after realising it was playing an increasingly important role in her work.

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SMU PhD Graduate Shares About His Role as a Machine Learning Scientist at Vipshop in the US

SMU PhD in Information Systems graduate Ding Ying shares about the ins and outs of being a machine learning scientist at Vipshop.

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Can Blockchain Impact the Environment? SMU Blockchain Club Sheds Some Light

Blockchain technology’s impact has evolved far beyond cryptocurrencies. One hot area of debate is its impact on the environment. Boon or bane? We find out more from SMU Blockchain club’s Jorden Seet.

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Student-to-Student Tips: Here’s Why You Should Use Your University’s Career Services

Amidst the hustle and bustle of university life, students often find themselves leaving career planning to the last minute. But SMU undergrad Aaron Lim says an early start to career planning is key. Find out what tips he has to share.

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Student-to-student Tips: Going Beyond Good Grades

To truly experience a well-rounded university life one needs to step outside of the classroom and go beyond the books. SMU undergraduate Toshin Sequeira shares tips on how to sanely balance work and play as a university student.

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INSPIRE – A Story of Giving to Receive

Accountancy student Joel Long and his friends started INSPIRE—a mentoring programme for children from low-income families in the Kebun Bahru community. He received a Letter of Commendation from the MP for Nee Soon GRC, Mr Henry Kwek, in recognition of his contributions. Read More

The Future Robo-advisor (MITB Thought Leadership Series)

Catalin Burlacu, Adjunct Faculty of the SMU MITB (Financial Technology) programme sets out the main trends that will affect the industry in the next five years: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Conversational Computing and Immersive Technologies. Read More

To Sustain Local Food Culture, Go Global

Singapore’s local cuisine is the outcome of different food traditions intermingling through trade and cultural exchange. As what the world eats becomes increasingly globalised, Prof Lily Kong argues that the best way to keep Singaporean food culture alive is to share it with others abroad. Read More