Artist Poh Wei Tai (CS’21) hopes that his work will intrigue people and bring them a sense of wonder. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

The Spirit of a Fighter

Undergraduate Poh Wei Tai (CS’21) recounts his journey in overcoming cancer, and how art was a means of coping and self-discovery.

From left to right: Anna Keranina Tolentino (CS’11), Richardo Chua (CS’07), Chua Yuxuan (CS’15) and Josephine Chow (CS’11). Tolentino and Richardo Chua are recipients of the WKWSCI Impact Award while Chua Yuxuan and Chow are recipients of the Emerging Star Award. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW

Honouring our Alumni

Recipients of this year’s WKWSCI Alumni Awards include rising stars in Singapore’s start-up scene.

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.

For New York-based Filmmaker Edwin Ho (CS'12), collaboration is key to building his career in the U.S. PHOTO COURTESY OF: EDWIN HO

Making the Leap to the States

Three WKWSCI alumni share their experiences and insights on carving a media career in the U.S.

Final Year Project filmmakers of “Living In Chains,” from Left to Right: Atikah Hasimen (CS'18), Nur Humaira (CS'18), Kannan Vijayakumar (CS'18) and Ria Chia (CS'18), at the studio.




Award-Winning FYP Filmmakers Take Center Stage

Three outstanding Final Year Projects scored big at the National Youth Film Awards 2018.

Ten first-year WKWSCI students attended the SXSW Interactive Festival with Associate Chair of Academic Mark Cenite in March to discover more about the applications of artificial intelligence in media. PHOTO COURTESY OF: WU LIN HAN

Exploring Artificial Intelligence in the Media at SXSW 2018

A group of 10 undergraduates went to the SXSW Interactive Festival in Texas this year to explore the latest on artificial intelligence in the communications field.

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.

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.