WKW Engage’s Navigating the Digital Economy conference took place last year in October.
PHOTO COURTESY OF WKW ENGAGE
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
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
Assistant Professor Christopher Cummings, 35, knew a big adventure was ahead of him when he joined WKWSCI in 2014. PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM
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
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
Jody Wong (MCS’18), a current WKWSCI masters student, decided to pursue her postgraduate studies here because of the faculty. PHOTO: CHLOE THEN
Jeremy Ng’s debut music video for local artiste Jude Young has garnered over 14,000 views on YouTube. PHOTO: RY-ANNE LIM
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
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