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.
Kendama is more than just a hobby for Lee, founder of homegrown brand Cereal Kendama. PHOTO: JERLIN HUANG

Kendama is more than just a hobby for Lee, founder of homegrown brand Cereal Kendama. PHOTO: JERLIN HUANG

Turning Passion Into Action

Final-year undergraduate Jonathan Lee (CS'17) kickstarted the local kendama community with his business Cereal Kendama.
Ong made her first volunteer trip to Jordan in 2014 after studying the Syrian crisis during her A-Level examinations. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ESNA ONG

Ong made her first volunteer trip to Jordan in 2014 after studying the Syrian crisis during her A-Level examinations. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ESNA ONG

Give and Receive

Following a seven-month solo trip to Jordan in 2014, where she helped Syrian and Iraqi refugees, Esna Ong (CS’19) made a second trip in June with her friends as volunteers.
Even before graduating, Kannan, who runs his own production house, has already produced award-winning short films and organised two film festivals. PHOTO: ATIKAH HASIMEN

Even before graduating, Kannan, who runs his own production house, has already produced award-winning short films and organised two film festivals. PHOTO: ATIKAH HASIMEN

Ambitious Class Act

Juggling an entertainment career and school work is all part of a day’s work for undergraduate Kannan Vijayakumar (CS’18).

Next Issue: WKWSCI Turns 25

Ahead of WKWSCI's 25th anniversary next year, step back in time for a glimpse of the school's past years through a photo slider.
 Malinda-White is one of the founders for Popspoken, an online publication which focuses on local entertainment, lifestyle and cultural scene. PHOTO: SOPHIA TAN

Malinda-White is one of the founders for Popspoken, an online publication which focuses on local entertainment, lifestyle and cultural scene. PHOTO: SOPHIA TAN

Chasing His Vision

A passion in journalism and an entrepreneurial drive led undergraduate Kyle Malinda-White (CS’19) to start Popspoken.com, a cultural-news site targeted at millennials.
Second-year student Goh, a self-taught painter and artist, enjoys making and selling handmade goods such as phone cases. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

Second-year student Goh, a self-taught painter and artist, enjoys making and selling handmade goods such as phone cases. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

Artists at Heart

Three WKWSCI undergraduates with diverse talents showcase their artistic flair.
Hogue is pleased to have chosen WKWSCI, where he is completing his Master of Mass Communication programme within the year. PHOTO: NINA BRÜLS

Hogue is pleased to have chosen WKWSCI, where he is completing his Master of Mass Communication programme within the year. PHOTO: NINA BRÜLS

Global Go-getter

Despite having worked in Japan for the last eight years, Singapore seems a lot more like home to Adam Hogue — the only American graduate student at WKWSCI.