In October, (from left) Seow, designer/illustrator; Taahira, producer; Ho, director; He, director of photography showcased their project at the International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film in Germany. PHOTOS COURTESY OF LAHORE LANDING TEAM

Newsmakers

From Lahore to New York

From dealing with scheduled blackouts to food poisoning, four tenacious storytellers went through thick and thin to illuminate the lesser-known side of Pakistan.
Assistant Professor Lin, who specialises in broadcast and digital media research, constantly encourages her students to push their boundaries. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

Assistant Professor Lin, who specialises in broadcast and digital media research, constantly encourages her students to push their boundaries. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

Double Awards

Assistant Professor Trisha Lin Tsui-Chuan is slated for a double win at the 61st Broadcast Education Association Conference in Las Vegas.

Pang, who was recently inducted into the Arthur W. Page Society, also clinched the 2015 Highly Commended Paper Award for an article he contributed to the "Corporate Communication: An International Journal." PHOTO: NICHOLAS TAN

Breaking New Ground

WKWSCI Associate Professor Augustine Pang is the first Asian to join the prestigious Arthur W. Page Society.

For Ng, writing stories that make a difference is the most gratifying part of being a journalist. PHOTO: JUSTIN KOR

Pushing the Limits

Ng Jun Sen might have ruffled some feathers as a journalist, but that has not stopped this year’s SPH Young Journalist of the Year from coming up with stories on thought-provoking issues.

Alumni, Faculty Garner Awards

This year’s NTU Homecoming puts WKWSCI in the spotlight as photographer Edwin Koo (CS’03), actress Joanne Peh (CS’06), founding dean Professor Emeritus Eddie Kuo and part-time lecturer Tim Clark clinch awards for their career accomplishments.