Yeo Kai Qing Joanne from NTU Asian School of the Environment represented Singapore at the 2nd Peace Summit of Emerging Leaders. Held at the United Nations Conference Centre Bangkok, Thailand, the conference gathered 500 young leaders from different parts of the world and gave them an understanding and broader perspective of peace. Joanne generously shares with us her takeaways from the...
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The combination of fieldwork, theory and laboratory work give the students of our highly selective major programmes a unique skillset. Our overseas field courses are particularly appreciated; not only do they provide opportunity to connect with faculty and fellow students in a collaborative and fun environment, but also to practice leadership, group work, critical thinking, and innovative problem-solving skills.
Small cohorts enable an interactive learning environment, where students become a part of the multicultural and friendly ASE community. We encourage students who are interested in gaining international experience to pursue a semester abroad within our comprehensive study abroad programme.
Don't miss this interview on the CoS blog with ASE undergraduate student Chua Song Lin: Meet Song Lin, a budding entrepreneur raising awareness on environmental issues!
Congratulations to ASE student Soon Kit Ying, who has won the Merit Prize in the CoS Science Inaugural Communication Writing Competition. Her contribution was chosen from many by a panel of judges consisting of CoS factulty. Read the winning piece, Reflecting on Our Sea Level - the Use of GNSS-Interferometric Teflectometry to Study Sea-level Trends on the CoS blog.
Through the URECA (Undergraduate Research Experience on Campus) program and under the supervision of Asst Prof Adriana Lopes and Visiting Prof Daniel Vaulot, 3rd year ASE student David Mah (photo) analyzed part of the data acquired on Arctic ecosystems.
Phytoplankton populations undergo periods of rapid growth known as “blooms”. In the Arctic Ocean, these Spring blooms – known...
Are you familiar with Myristicaceae and Dipterocarpaceae? They are common plant families in tropical rainforests. ASE undergraduate students Aw Yang Cheryl and Soh Sun Yi will know these and other common rainforest plant families quite well by now. They spent four weeks of their December break doing an internship with Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) near Kuala Lumpur (KL) in...