Tag Archives: School of Social Sciences

A Dance Spectator’s Perspective on Engagement

Ever walked away from a performance not knowing what to feel? Natalie Khoo shares her perspectives on what more can be done to create an environment rich with new ideas, debates and discussions in the performing arts.

Feeding Singapore: A Hungry City in a Fragile World

Singapore's heavy reliance on imported food is gradually being threatened by global conditions of open markets, free trade and the onset of climate change. David Chen and fellow Masters alumni suggest tapping into Ag-tech.

Can Passion Pay the Rent?

While plunging straight into the corporate world is probably the next step for most people after graduation, the traditional career path isn't for everyone. Can there be a future chasing your passion?

The X factor in SMU-X

Would you rather be memorising case studies from a textbook or stepping out and learning through real-world opportunities? SMU-X Academic Director, Assoc Prof Gary Pan and SMU student Sean Lim share what the "X" in SMU-X really means.

A Global Community Experience Made in Harvard

A chance visit to Harvard University for the Harvard College in Asia Programme 2017 was a one in a million experience for SMU Social Sciences undergrad Charlotte Kwang. Here's what she learnt about living in a global community.

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