Researchers can sit in the control room to observe participants’ behaviours through the various monitors.

PHOTO: NATASHA RAZAK

Campus Notes

WKWSCI Houses NTU’s First Integrated Research Facility

The new Cognitive and Behavioural Sciences Laboratory in WKWSCI will allow for greater collaboration between NTU students, staff and research partners.

Twelve final-year students flew to Estonia this year to get a taste of what reporting overseas is like. PHOTO COURTESY OF: GO-FAR TEAM

A Taste of Journalism Overseas

Putting their reporting skills to the test, 12 final-year WKWSCI journalism students made their way to Estonia in August to chase stories on the ground.

Rasiah Raslyn Agatha (CS’10) is the President of the NTU Alumni Association (Gulf Cooperation Council) PHOTO COURTESY OF: RASIAH RASLYN AGATHA.

Giving Back to her Alma Mater

Grateful for the opportunities she had in NTU, Rasiah Raslyn Agatha (CS’10) is now giving back to the university by helping to grow the alumni network in the Middle East.

Ten WKWSCI students had a golden opportunity to expand their network and stretch their skills at the Cannes International Festival of Creativity 2018. PHOTO COURTESY OF: CRYSTAL HONG (CS’19)

Finding Out What It Takes to be a Young Lion

It was not all glitz and glamour for a group of WKWSCI students at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity this year.

Professor May O. Lwin completed a Zika research project in Singapore and developed an app to help contain the spread of dengue in Colombo, Sri Lanka. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

Fighting Mosquitoes in the Digital Age

Professor May O. Lwin explains how social media tools and mobile apps can help contain the spread of mosquito-borne diseases in today’s digital era.

As cofounder of Intute, Wu designs collaterals and marketing materials for the online tutoring platform. PHOTO: HEDY YANG

A Better Way of Tutoring

WKWSCI freshman Wu Linhan (CS’21) and his peers started an online tutoring platform to provide a cheaper and more accessible way of tutoring for primary school students.

As a WKWSCI adjunct lecturer, Eternality Tan (CS’13) hopes to share his passion for film with the next generation. PHOTO: JUDE TAN

Bringing Film to the Next Generation

As a WKWSCI adjunct lecturer, Eternality Tan (CS’13) hopes to share his passion for film with the next generation.

Managing Director and Co-Founder of advertising company Superheroes Django Blanchetta explores ways to transform traditional advertising using technology and creativity. PHOTOS COURTESY OF: WKW ENGAGE/FACEBOOK

Engaging Consumers in a Technology-driven Age

WKW Engage returned with a stellar lineup of speakers from big tech brands like Spotify, Facebook and Grab.

Lim Zi Jian represented PolicyPal at the Viva Technology Conference in Paris, France, in June. He taught conference attendees how to purchase insurance through the application itself. PHOTO COURTESY OF: LIM ZI JIAN

The Serial Intern

After completing two internships in two years, undergraduate Lim Zi Jian (CS’19) is off to another one. This time, in New York.
Vincent Teo pursued his Master's education in WKWSCI in 2004 whilst working in the school’s technology and facilities department.

Vincent Teo pursued his Master's education in WKWSCI in 2004 whilst working in the school’s technology and facilities department.

PHOTO: LEE YU EN

Invisible Heroes

For over two decades, IT experts Vincent Teo (MMC'04) and Andrew Lim have been invisible heroes of WKWSCI. They’ve worked tirelessly behind the scenes to keep the school’s facilities and technology equipment in tip-top shape.

Jody Wong (MCS’18), a current WKWSCI masters student, decided to pursue her postgraduate studies here because of the faculty. PHOTO: CHLOE THEN

A Home In Research

A passion for research brought WKW Legacy Fund Scholar Jody Wong (MCS’18) back home from the United States – and straight to the WKWSCI school at NTU.

Lu Lili (Left) and Lu Tianyu (both MsC (KM)‘17) hope to be able to reconnect alumni of the Knowledge Management programme through the NTU KM Network initiative. PHOTO: TAN HENG NING

Connecting the Dots

The Knowledge Management postgraduate programme held its first ever alumni reunion event, connecting alumni with current students.