For Richer or Poorer: How SES Affects the Way We React to Climate Change

When it comes to approaching societal challenges such as climate change, one’s socioeconomic status (SES) could lead to vastly different behaviours. SMU Asst Prof Kimin Eom explains more.

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SMU Techfest 2019: Preferred.AI Sheds Light On Artificial Intelligence

Preferred.AI, a research group in SMU, recently organised TechFest 2019 to share more about the projects they are pursuing to advance the potential of AI and machine learning.

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The Dollars and Sense of Climate Change

Extreme climate changes can negatively impact the financial resilience of businesses, argues Dr Artur Hugon, an associate professor at Arizona State University.

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No-holds-barred Access to the Vibrant Startup Culture of Bangkok – Global Innovation Immersion Thailand

An internship can be a great learning opportunity. And when it’s an overseas internship, the experience could be a huge gamechanger. Gladys, Razzaq and Benedict, share how their Global Innovation Immersion experience in Bangkok has been exceptionally rewarding.

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14 Days in Hua Tat Village, Vietnam

Third-year business student Agalia Tan shares her motivations, thoughts and advice on leading the overseas community service Project Hua Tat 2

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Recognising innovative teachers

At SMU, our instructors are always on the hunt for ways to add value to the curriculum. The Teaching Excellence Awards recognises our faculty members for their brilliant ideas. Read More