NTU Events Calendar

For event posting, please contact Events Office (EO) EventsOffice@ntu.edu.sg at least 7 working days prior to event date.

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26/02/202001/07/2020​Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow 2020 Competition9AM5AMSamsung's global competition, Solve for Tomorrow, is back in Singapore for its 4th edition.View PosterNA
18/02/202031/03/2020Digital Scholarship Tools- Workshop Series2PM4PMJoin our workshop series and get some tips and techniques to boost your presentation, data analysis and visualisation skills!Register Now!Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01)
14/02/202002/04/2020Introduction to Zotero10AM4PMZotero is a free reference management software. This workshop* will introduce some of the key functions of Zotero .View PosterLibrary Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01)
10/02/202008/04/2020Healthy Campus Fitness Classes7AM12AMVisit website for more information and registrationRegister Now!Sports Hall 3 NTU Sports & Recreation Centre 20 Nanyang Green
30/01/202009/04/2020​[Workshop] Academic Writing with Endnote10AM4PMThis workshop will be conducted on the Windows platform. If you are a Macintosh user, we recommend you to attend this EndNote-Windows workshop to be familiar with EndNote features to self-explore and use EndNote-Mac. View PosterDay Workshop: Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01) Evening Workshop: Lee Wee Nam Library, Library Seminar Room, Level 4 (NS3-03-01)
20/01/202003/04/2020Introduction to LaTeX2PM12AMThis workshop provides an introduction to LaTeX  and equips participants to self-learn and explore LaTex at their own pace. View PosterLibrary Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01)
15/01/202006/04/2020[Seminar] Scholarly Communication & Impact (for Graduate Research Students)9AM5AMA head start seminar for all new graduate research students as you begin to engage with your new academic environment.View Poster Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2- B3a-01) Evening Workshop: Lee Wee Nam Library, Library Seminar Room, Level 4 (NS3-03-01)
01/11/201901/05/2020National Steps Challenge Season 5 Youth Challenge is back for NTU!7AM12AMNational Steps Challenge Season 5 Youth Challenge is back for NTU! Our entry code is NTU400 (Students only). View PosterNA
27/09/201931/03/2020Recruiting Adults Interested in a 5-months Exercise Programme9AM5PMReceive $50 Cash and Get A Chance to Reduce Exercise Barriers and Enhance Motivation to Exercise!View PosterN/A
  
​Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow 2020 Competition
Samsung's global competition, Solve for Tomorrow, is back in Singapore for its 4th edition. Supported by the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) under National Infocomm Competition (NIC) programme, Solve for Tomorrow 2020 aims to inspire students to conceptualise ideas to address pressing issues in Singapore.
Summary: Samsung's global competition, Solve for Tomorrow, is back in Singapore for its 4th edition.
Start Date: 26/02/2020
End Date: 01/07/2020
Start Time: 9AM
End Time: 5AM
Venue: NA
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Digital Scholarship Tools- Workshop Series
Join our workshop series and get some tips and techniques to boost your presentation, data analysis and visualisation skills!

To register, visit http://bit.ly/ntulibdst 
Summary: Join our workshop series and get some tips and techniques to boost your presentation, data analysis and visualisation skills!
Start Date: 18/02/2020
End Date: 31/03/2020
Start Time: 2PM
End Time: 4PM
Venue: Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01)
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Introduction to Zotero
Zotero is a free reference management software. This workshop* will introduce some of the key functions of Zotero such as:
a. Installing Zotero
b. Adding citations to your Zotero library
c. Organizing and managing your citations
d. Using the Microsoft Word plug-in to insert citations from Zotero into your documents

*Conducted on Windows platform.
Summary: Zotero is a free reference management software. This workshop* will introduce some of the key functions of Zotero .
Start Date: 14/02/2020
End Date: 02/04/2020
Start Time: 10AM
End Time: 4PM
Venue: Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01)
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Healthy Campus Fitness Classes
Visit website for more information and registration, click here: https://bit.ly/2RSUGj6
Summary: Visit website for more information and registration
Start Date: 10/02/2020
End Date: 08/04/2020
Start Time: 7AM
End Time: 12AM
Venue: Sports Hall 3 NTU Sports & Recreation Centre 20 Nanyang Green
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​[Workshop] Academic Writing with Endnote
This workshop will be conducted on the Windows platform. If you are a Macintosh user, we recommend you to attend this EndNote-Windows workshop to be familiar with EndNote features to self-explore and use EndNote-Mac. Macintosh users could also make a consultation appointment after attending this workshop for further assistance by emailing us at elt@ntu.edu.sg. This workshop provides an introduction and overview of EndNote as a bibliographic management tool for your academic writing. By the end of the session, you should be able to:
Use EndNote program to organize references and associated pdf files.

a. Use ‘Cite While You Write’ to insert in-text citations and -
b. references into Word documents during the writing process.
c. Edit in-text citations and format references in various referencing styles.

To register, visit http://bit.ly/RefMgtWkshops

Note: Day workshops and Evening workshop are held at different venue.
Summary: This workshop will be conducted on the Windows platform. If you are a Macintosh user, we recommend you to attend this EndNote-Windows workshop to be familiar with EndNote features to self-explore and use EndNote-Mac.
Start Date: 30/01/2020
End Date: 09/04/2020
Start Time: 10AM
End Time: 4PM
Venue: Day Workshop: Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01) Evening Workshop: Lee Wee Nam Library, Library Seminar Room, Level 4 (NS3-03-01)
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Introduction to LaTeX
This workshop provides an introduction to LaTeX  and equips participants to self-learn and explore LaTex at their own pace. LaTeX is a document preparation system for high-quality typesetting. It is often used by students who needed to write documents that include complex math expressions or non-Latin scripts.

Topics will include:
The structure of LaTeX documents, basic formatting, document layout, math in LaTeX, how to use packages, and more.

a. Basics of LaTex
b. Formatting text
c. Sections, subsections
d. Scientific type setting (equations)
e. Figures, graphs & tables
f. Citations and referencing

To register, visit http://bit.ly/ntuliblatex
Summary: This workshop provides an introduction to LaTeX  and equips participants to self-learn and explore LaTex at their own pace.
Start Date: 20/01/2020
End Date: 03/04/2020
Start Time: 2PM
End Time: 12AM
Venue: Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2-B3a-01)
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[Seminar] Scholarly Communication & Impact (for Graduate Research Students)
A head start seminar for all new graduate research students as you begin to engage with your new academic environment.
Develop a strong foundational knowledge in the scholarly research and publishing environment. Learn the importance and use of scholarly metrics such as citations and impact in publishing, the need to maintain a unique researcher identity, the value of open access to your works, and funding requirement such as a research data management plan. Acquire practical skills to aptly apply this knowledge with confidence to advance your research career.

To register, visit http://bit.ly/NTU_SCImpact

Note: Compulsory for all new PhD and Master by Research students within first year of study.
Summary: A head start seminar for all new graduate research students as you begin to engage with your new academic environment.
Start Date: 15/01/2020
End Date: 06/04/2020
Start Time: 9AM
End Time: 5AM
Venue:  Library Instructional Commons, Alexandria Room (N2- B3a-01) Evening Workshop: Lee Wee Nam Library, Library Seminar Room, Level 4 (NS3-03-01)
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National Steps Challenge Season 5 Youth Challenge is back for NTU!
National Steps Challenge Season 5 Youth Challenge is back for NTU! Our entry code is NTU400 (Students only). This year, we also have the all-new Campus Challenge specifically for all NTU students and staff! Find your entry code in the image below.

For staff: MSOs + Researchers - Register under 18 – MSO + Researchers: Faculty - Register under respective schools

FAQ: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ec/Documents/CampusChallengeFAQs.pdf
Terms and Conditions: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ec/Documents/CampusChallengeTCs.pdf
Summary: National Steps Challenge Season 5 Youth Challenge is back for NTU! Our entry code is NTU400 (Students only).
Start Date: 01/11/2019
End Date: 01/05/2020
Start Time: 7AM
End Time: 12AM
Venue: NA
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Recruiting Adults Interested in a 5-months Exercise Programme
Receive $50 Cash and Get A Chance to Reduce Exercise Barriers and Enhance Motivation to Exercise!
Summary: Receive $50 Cash and Get A Chance to Reduce Exercise Barriers and Enhance Motivation to Exercise!
Start Date: 27/09/2019
End Date: 31/03/2020
Start Time: 9AM
End Time: 5PM
Venue: N/A
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