USP Fellows are specially appointed faculty members from various faculties, schools, and disciplines across NUS. They are committed to scholarship and mentoring students. Interactions with these Fellows will be invaluable for the intellectual development of USP students. They can create opportunities for students and fellows to work together in scholarly projects, and contribute positively to USP’s academically vibrant living-and-learning environment.

To facilitate interactions with these Fellows, USP is organising a series of “Dinner Conversations” — informal sessions aimed at encouraging USP students to explore new horizons of work by having them interact with USP Fellows over dinner. Each session will consist of one Fellow and three to five students, and will take place in Cinnamon College (USP). Through the Dinner Conversations with USP Fellows, we aim to foster a tradition of intellectual fellowship at the USP.

The conversations will be on topics suggested by the USP Fellows. These topics could be from their research interests in their domain of expertise, or about a valuable learning experience and advice, or even something regarding a new area of work about which the Fellow may not necessarily be an expert, but which s/he believes that s/he can excite our young minds to explore together. For some topics, there may be a suggested short reading (for students to prepare before the session) to help jump start the conversation.

Check out our USP Fellows and the topics for dinner conversations with them.

 

USP Fellows

USP Fellows