Artist Poh Wei Tai (CS’21) hopes that his work will intrigue people and bring them a sense of wonder. PHOTO: BEVERLY CHEW
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
Rasiah Raslyn Agatha (CS’10) is the President of the NTU Alumni Association (Gulf Cooperation Council) PHOTO COURTESY OF: RASIAH RASLYN AGATHA.
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
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.
PHOTO COURTESY OF: THECHAINFILMS
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
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)
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
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