Winning The Amazing Race Asia (Season 2) provided Collin Low (CS’97) with the much needed push and stability to start up his own Pilates studio, The Pilates Works. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

Breaking Barriers

Three WKWSCI pioneer graduates, three different fields. Collin Low, Michael Lee and Tan Tin Wee (all CS’97) have ventured into career paths beyond the communications sector.


As director of the Master of Mass Communication programme at WKWSCI, Associate Professor Augustine Pang believes that the memorandum will help increase the marketability of graduate students. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

A Power Partnership: Graduate Students Go Global

A newly-inked MOU with prestigious communications school Medill in the U.S. marks the first major overseas opportunity for WKWSCI graduate students.

Arts & Culture

Diving into the Heart of Southeast Asia

On Daniel Heng's  five-day diving trip last year, he swam with whale sharks in Cenderawasih Bay. PHOTO COURTESY OF: DANIEL HENG

Diving into the Heart of Southeast Asia

Over the past ten years, intrepid underwater photographer Daniel Heng (CS’05) has put together an enthralling portfolio featuring whale sharks and other sea creatures.

Campus Notes

Researchers can sit in the control room to observe participants’ behaviours through the various monitors.


WKWSCI Houses NTU’s First Integrated Research Facility

The new Cognitive and Behavioural Sciences Laboratory in WKWSCI will allow for greater collaboration between NTU students, staff and research partners.

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