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.

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.

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.

Assistant Professor Christopher Cummings, 35, knew a big adventure was ahead of him when he joined WKWSCI in 2014. PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM

The Change Agent

Assistant Professor Christopher Cummings is set on changing the way his students learn and see the world, one lesson at a time.

The team behind Our Grandfather Story is always on the lookout for authentic local stories that capture the essence of what our grandfathers would tell us. PHOTO: OGS

Snapshots Of The Past

Photojournalism projects curated and developed by WKWSCI students have been making their mark. One recent project, “Our Grandfather Story," has gone viral - garnering almost 200,000 views online since it launched in October.
Vincent Teo pursued his Master's education in WKWSCI in 2004 whilst working in the school’s technology and facilities department.

Vincent Teo pursued his Master's education in WKWSCI in 2004 whilst working in the school’s technology and facilities department.

PHOTO: LEE YU EN

Invisible Heroes

For over two decades, IT experts Vincent Teo (MMC'04) and Andrew Lim have been invisible heroes of WKWSCI. They’ve worked tirelessly behind the scenes to keep the school’s facilities and technology equipment in tip-top shape.

Jody Wong (MCS’18), a current WKWSCI masters student, decided to pursue her postgraduate studies here because of the faculty. PHOTO: CHLOE THEN

A Home In Research

A passion for research brought WKW Legacy Fund Scholar Jody Wong (MCS’18) back home from the United States – and straight to the WKWSCI school at NTU.

Jeremy Ng’s debut music video for local artiste Jude Young has garnered over 14,000 views on YouTube. PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM

Leap Of Faith

Aspiring film producer Jeremy Kieran Ng (CS’18) still has a year to go before he graduates – but he has already taken the leap into the deep end of work in the music industry.
Working his way to achieving his dream of becoming a filmmaker, Zachary Tang (CS ‘17) is starting small by gaining as much exposure and experiences as possible.

Working his way to achieving his dream of becoming a filmmaker, Zachary Tang (CS ‘17) is starting small by gaining as much exposure and experiences as possible.

PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM

Producing the Dream

Final-year student Zachary Tang (CS’17) and his team got their big break when they won a $20,000 grant to produce a short film.

Lu Lili (Left) and Lu Tianyu (both MsC (KM)‘17) hope to be able to reconnect alumni of the Knowledge Management programme through the NTU KM Network initiative. PHOTO: TAN HENG NING

Connecting the Dots

The Knowledge Management postgraduate programme held its first ever alumni reunion event, connecting alumni with current students.