MOE Teaching Information Sessions 2021/2022
11 Dec 2021 to 29 Jan 2022 | Virtual
NTU Service Week
22 Jan to 29 Jan 2022
Addressing health issues from a Chinese Medicine perspective
24 and 28 Jan 2022 | Virtual
Being mindfully present for others
25 and 27 Jan 2022 | Virtual
MAE Leadership Speech Series
27 Jan 2022 | 7.00PM - 9.00PM | Hybrid
Clarity of number reveals world's outlook in 2022
27 Jan 2022 | 8.00PM - 9.30PM | Virtual
Lunar New Year decoration workshop
29 Jan 2022 | 3.00PM - 4.30PM | Virtual
NTU Alumni Homecoming 2021
For the first time at any NTU Alumni Homecoming event, all four NTU Presidents – past and present – Professors Cham Tao Soon, Su Guaning, Bertil Andersson and Subra Suresh took to the stage together to answer audience questions during
the Ask Me Now forum at this year’s Homecoming on 4 December.
Moderated by NIE Director Professor Christine Goh, the session featured the panelists speaking on their varied experiences as Presidents of NTU during their respective leadership periods, and their aspirations for the University. View the recording here.
This year’s Homecoming also featured an Alumni Masterclass with CEO of Sunseap Group alumnus Mr Frank Phuan (MSE/2001) who spoke about solar energy and its future trends. Amongst some of the Schools’ programmes, the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering celebrated their 40th anniversary with the launch of a commemorative book, while the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering presented awards to their outstanding alumni. The event concluded with a guided tour of the rejuvenated Yunnan Garden.
Nanyang Alumni Awards 2020 & 2021 Presentation Ceremony
Seventy-one outstanding NTU alumni were presented with the 2020 and 2021 Nanyang Alumni Awards on 23 October 2021 at an in-person ceremony with Minister for Education Mr Chan Chun Sing.
Among recipients of the Nanyang Distinguished Alumni Award – the highest honour bestowed on the University’s alumni – were Indonesia’s Minister of Home Affairs Dr Muhammad Tito Karnavian and renowned local calligrapher Professor Tan Siah Kwee.