Tim De Cotta has become a big name in the local music scene, gaining recognition for his R&B, hip-hop and jazz tunes. PHOTO CREDITS: JUDE TAN

The Musical Communicator

Singer Tim De Cotta (CS’11) stays true to his roots in Singapore’s music scene

Since she was 5, Dawn Kwan (CS’20) has been making positive change through her artwork. PHOTO: JUDE TAN

Painted With Passion

Since she was 5, Dawn Kwan (CS’20) has been making positive change through her artwork.

Four WKWSCI students share their Professional Internship experiences across different fields.

The Paths We Take

Four WKWSCI students share their Professional Internship experiences across different fields.

Paving the way for altmetrics in Asia, Aravind and his team at WKWSCI use social media to measure the reach of research papers. PHOTO CREDITS: JUDE TAN

When Social Media Meets Research

Backed by almost a million-dollar grant, a team in WKWSCI has been investigating how social media can be used to measure the audience reach of academic research.

From pre-production to post-production, students gained the necessary hands-on experience to prepare them for their FYPs.  PHOTO COURTESY OF: ODYSSEE TEAM

Taking Broadcast Students to The Next Level

With the introduction of the Overseas Digital Documentary module, students in the Broadcast and Cinema Studies specialisation can now look forward to an overseas programme catered just for them.

Our Eyes For Life team members pose for a photo with volunteers Ken Tong and Claudia Tay (both centre) from the Singapore Optometric Association. PHOTO COURTESY OF: OUR EYES FOR LIFE

An Eye for Serving

With the simple desire to serve the community, four WKWSCI undergraduates embarked on a Final Year Project that brought free eye screenings to Tampines residents.

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.

The research paper on “Phubbing” was featured in The Straits Times, The New Paper and Lianhe Zao Bao earlier this year. PHOTO CREDITS: JUDE TAN

Spotlight on “Phubbing”

Alumna Clarice Sim (CS’06, MSc’09) and her students from Singapore Polytechnic shine the spotlight on “Phubbing” in Singapore.

Former national fencer Nona Lim (CS’97) is making a name for herself in the United States with her own brand of organic bone broths and soups. PHOTOS COURTESY OF NONA LIM

Nona Lim Cooks Up a Storm

Former national fencer Nona Lim (CS’97) is making a name for herself in the United States with her own brand of organic bone broths and soups.

Over the past eight years, photographer Zakaria Zainal (CS’10) has been exploring lesser known communities in Singapore, and telling their stories through his work. PHOTO: JUDE TAN

 

Stories From Our Fringe Communities

Over the past eight years, photographer Zakaria Zainal (CS’10) has been exploring lesser known communities in Singapore, and telling their stories through his work.