In this session, USP alum Pamela Cheong (English Literature + USP, Class of 2006) and Prof Peter Maria Krakauer will share with the USP community the cultural and social relevance of music. Prof Krakauer will also talk about improvisation and demonstrate the piano in different musical styles.
First organized in 2013, We Will Dance is Singapore’s first 10-hour charity dance marathon. Besides the USP Student Assistance Fund, We Will Dance 2016 is looking to support institutions involved in educational-related causes, namely - Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME), Autism Association (Singapore) and SPD (formerly Society for the Physically Disabled).
Expect exciting performances choreographies with genres of Kpop, Hip Hop, Jazz, Bollywood and more. Stay tuned to WWD Facebook page and Instagram for the latest updates!
Day 1: Short Term Programmes | Wed, 24 Aug, 4.00pm – 5.45pm
Day 2: Student Exchange and Special | Thu, 25 Aug, 10.00am – 11.45am
The sessions are an opportunity for past participants to share their experiences and for interested students to explore some of the USP International Programmes available in this academic year. Presentations will take place over two days where Day 1 will be dedicated to Short Term Programmes and Day 2 will be dedicated to Student Exchange Programmes and Special Programmes (Joint Degree/Double Degree Programmes).
Due to a crisis at CPS, the talk on Stress, Sleep, and Time Management by CPS counsellor Hema on 22 Aug atthe Masters Commons will be cancelled.
Our sincere apologies for the inconvenience this may have caused and thank you very much for your kind understanding.
The Rector’s Programme (TRP) is a series of personal and professional development talks and networking sessions, which aims at developing USP students’ intellectual aspirations, career directions and social responsibility beyond the University. Through TRP, students will hopefully be encouraged and empowered to lead a purpose-driven, meaningful and impactful life, both in the workplace and in the community at large. Guest speakers from the corporate, non-profit and public sectors will come and share the challenges they face and how they navigate the fast-changing complex world.
In this session, Ms Euleen Goh, Rector of Cinnamon College, will share what shapes her life’s purpose, her principles and her passion. Do join us!
This is a writing course where the focus is on the process. It will explore states of flow leading to ‘aha’ moments, where the words we write surprise us. There is no restriction on genre. As a participant, you can try your hand at poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, memoir. You will not be sitting down and listening in this class. Instead, you will be combining reading, focused discussion and writing with a physical practice.
To sign up, please register HERE.
This is USP’s very first Homecoming event, a reunion of the many cohorts of USP alumni, right here at USP! It promises to be an afternoon for USP alumni to meet up with professors and old friends, to reminisce the good old days and to reconnect. More details can be found here.
The annual NUSSU Rag will be held at NUS University Town this year. There will be dance performances put up by students for the NUS community and general public as an appreciation of their generous donations and support during Flag Day (2 Aug). A Rag & Flag carnival is also held alongside the Rag performances to provide an additional platform to raise funds and awareness of the various beneficiaries involved in NUSSU Rag & Flag. USP students including freshmen are participating and have been working very hard on USP’s RAG item/performance, so do show them our support by heading down that day and cheering them on!
The USP RAG is a project under the University Scholars Club (USC). The USP community is invited to a sneak preview of the performance on 3 Aug 2015, 5.00pm, at the Chua Thian Poh Hall. Light refreshments will be provided.