In August 2018, Assoc Prof. Shirley Ho (CS'02) received two awards — the Hillier Krieghbaum Under-40 award and the Women in Education Leadership Award. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

 

WKWSCI Scholar Wins Prestigious Hillier Krieghbaum Under-40 Award

​Associate Professor Shirley Ho (CS’02) is the first scholar from an Asian university to receive the prestigious Hillier Krieghbaum Under-40 Award.

Photojournalist Kevin Lim (CS’09) has spent the past nine years capturing key highlights of local and international events. PHOTO: ELIZABETH LEE

Photographing the Trump-Kim Summit

Photojournalist Kevin Lim’s (CS’09) photos of the iconic Trump-Kim meeting were featured on the cover of TIME magazine and other top news publications.

Chan, who has been a business journalist for 18 years, has ascended the editorial ladder from starting as a business reporter to now an executive editor of an online  and print publication. PHOTO: SHABANA BEGUM

Veteran Business Journalist Wins Big at SGX Awards

Chan Chao Peh (CS’00) clinched the ‘Story of the Year’ award at the inaugural SGX Orb Awards.

After completing a double degree in Fine Arts and Communication Studies, Lim decided to produce his own talk show. PHOTO: SHERYL CHUA

Getting in The Zone

Joel Lim (CS’17) kickstarts The Zone, a YouTube entertainment talk show by millennials, for millennials.

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.

Nigel Phua, the boy who does make-up. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

The Boy Who Does Make-Up

For Nigel Phua (CS’21), make-up is a platform where he can freely express himself by taking on different guises.

Through arts community programme Superhero Me, Jean Loo (CS'07) uses arts to develop creative confidence in children from all backgrounds. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

Giving a Voice to the Voiceless

Jean Loo (CS’07), Yeo Kai Wen (CS’16) and Vani Viswanathan (CS’08) are making a social impact with causes that empower marginalised communities around the world.

A photographer and visual artist, Sven Pfrommer picked up his first camera when he was eight. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

An Artist of All Trades

With a keen eye for art and photography, WKWSCI advertising lecturer Sven Pfrommer shares how he made the transition from print to digital.

Pang Xue Qiang and Chong Kai Yan (both CS'17) put a twist on Singapore’s history by retelling it through love stories. PHOTO: LOH YUN JIN

Telling Stories Through Love

Chong Kai Yan and Pang Xue Qiang (both CS’17) bagged a Yale-NUS grant to portray Singapore’s history in a different light.

Tan Yang Er (CS’16) is one of four founders of 21 Moonstone. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW  

Creating a Home at 21 Moonstone

Tan Yang Er (CS’16) recounts how 21 Moonstone, an emerging shared studio space for creatives, came to be.