As the semester draws to a close, USC invites you to the AY2017/18 End-of-Semester Dinner themed eos. There will be an exciting line-up for the dinner with videos, games and performances by USP students. Everyone is invited! Wine reception starts at 6.30pm.Dress code: White or light colours
In this session, meet our four USP alums who are contributors to the 2017 and 2018’s The Birthday Book. They are:Christopher Chok (History + USP, Class of 2014) — “Always Becoming”, 2017 EditionJustin Daniel Pereira (Sociology + USP, Class of 2015) — “Meritocracy and the new Narrative”, 2017 EditionVarun Soni (Engineering Science + USP, Class of 2015) — The Birthday Book 2018 contributorGoh Wei Leong (Business + LKYSPP + USP, Class of 2017) — The Birthday Book 2018 contributor
They will share their thoughts on Singapore’s future and discuss about the stories you would like to share about tomorrow’s Singapore.
Organised by USP Career Services, this career discovery workshop is for USP students who are exploring their career options.
USP writer-in-residence Miriam Bird Greenberg invites a Zimbabwean advocate for refugee rights, Innocent Mutanga, who is also a former asylum seeker to share his own experience navigating the refugee process in Hong Kong. All are welcome, do join Miriam and her guest speaker for this session!
USP Adjunct Professor Dr Mustafa Izzuddin has invited the Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam as a distinguished guest speaker for his module, “UCV2209: The Heterogeneous Indians of Contemporary Singapore”. In this session, Minister Shanmugam will be addressing the topic “Should Singapore Matter? Challenges and Opportunities of a Small State in a Complex World”. All are welcome, so come join this session for a lively discussion with our minister!