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8 Year in Review The Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics and Applied Probability each hosted a half- day visit to encourage prospective students who received admission offers to study Science at NUS. The departments customised their programmes to provide information on our Science courses, other learning opportunities and the career prospects of Science graduates. The activities, held from 11 to 16 April 2016, included talks, laboratory visits, hands-on activities and meetings with faculty members and students. These visits complemented the Faculty’s key pre- admission events, namely, NUS Open Day and the Faculty Open House. ALUMNI STUDENTS 4 raised $ 000 STEP UP! Charity Run-Walk The NUS Students' Science Annual President’s New alumni group Club organised its first STEP UP! (Service Through Endless dialogue lunch The Bachelor of Passion; Unlimited Possibilities) NUS President Prof TAN Environmental Studies Charity Run-Walk on 15 May 2016, Chorh Chuan hosted lunch alumni group was attracting over 160 participants. for nine Science alumni on officially registered in The event raised funds for the Tan 16 May 2016. The objective September 2015 as the Tock Seng Hospital Community was to strengthen NUS Environmental Studies Fund and promoted interaction relationships with them Alumni (NUSESA). The amongst staff, alumni and and to provide an update new alumni group has students through a 5 km on campus developments. about 100 members and walkathon and a 10 km run. The alumni graduated from organises a range of different courses and cohort activities like tea sessions, years spanning the 1960s volunteering opportunities to 2008. They represented and social events to actively diverse professions and engage its alumni. NUSESA industries, including serves as a platform to pharmaceuticals, media, forge a strong alumni insurance and the public network and to encourage sector. The alumni engaged collaborations that in a lively discussion on contribute to environmental industry trends and the improvement. impact on future graduates.
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