Features

Workwander Co-founder Jeremy Lim (CS ‘16) believes that start-ups offer the nimbleness and decisiveness that will help solve a problem and benefit the people. PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM

Entrepreneurial Pursuits

Bold and fearless, millennials Jeremy Lim (CS '16), Angeline Yeo (CS '15) and Ethel Chua (CS '16) jumped straight into starting their own businesses right after graduation.

Newsmakers

(From left to right) Supervised by Associate Professor Benjamin Hill Detenber, Looi Jie Min (CS ‘16), Abigail Chua (CS ‘16), Alisius Leong (CS ‘16) and Damian Gan (CS ‘16) is the first group of undergraduates in WKWSCI to have won the top student paper award in the Communication and Technology division. PHOTO COURTESY OF: Looi Jie Min

Giving Life to Research Papers

WKWSCI has received numerous awards at the ICA conference, but for the first time, a group of WKWSCI undergraduate students clinched the top student paper award in the Communication and Technology division for their exceptional study on people’s reaction to online comments.

Arts & Culture

Author Melanie Lee of award-winning book series ‘’Squirky the Alien’’ shares that she brings Squirky the plush toy to all her book events. PHOTO: GOH JIA LING

An Alien Backstory

Author Melanie Lee (CS’02) shares how a daydream about a blue alien became instrumental in bringing up her adopted son.

Campus Notes

WKW Engage’s Navigating the Digital Economy conference took place last year in October.

WKW Engage’s Navigating the Digital Economy conference took place last year in October.

PHOTO COURTESY OF WKW ENGAGE

Engaging Students, Connecting People

To better prepare undergraduates for their first job, six final-year students formed WKW Engage, an initiative aimed at connecting students with industry practitioners.

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