Women@NTU is an NTU initiative that unites the NTU community for diversity, equity, inclusion and excellence by providing a platform to exchange ideas, advance and promote women’s roles at the university and beyond.
The 2021 marks the Year of Celebrating SG Women and propels the shifting of societal mindsets and fostering a more equitable society for both men and women through inventive solutions. Beyond celebrating the contributions of women who have changed the world, we recognise the works of all women in the NTU community and aim to empower them to achieve the same.
The initiative aims to be at the forefront to advance women’s roles and provide strategic solutions that lead and propel women in academia and research endeavours at NTU.
The women initiative aims to promote awareness, education, and advocacy on gender diversity, and brings the NTU community together by providing a platform to ignite new ideas that empower women within the university and beyond.Find out more
The Promotion of Women in Engineering, Research, and Science (POWERS) programme is driven by Women@NTU and supported by the Ministry of Education, Singapore, to empower women by creating a supportive ecosystem through connection, research and education, with a long-term goal of increasing gender diversity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
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We welcome individuals, universities, non-profit organisations, societies, and corporations to collaborate with us to enable cross-cultivation of ideas and advance women’s roles in academia, industry, and society.
We appreciate your support to enhance our goal to propel women to the next level in their professional and personal endeavours. Please write to us at [email protected] if you are interested in providing sponsorship or establishing special awards, endowments, or named gifts.
NTU WiEST Development Grant
We are thrilled to share the newly rebranded WiEST Development Grant on 7 November 2021. The grant will continue and strengthen our commitments to support women engineers and scientists embark on their early careers. The grant is supported by the Julia & Ken Gouw Foundation, NTU's College of Engineering, College of Science, College of Medicine and our industry partner Micron Technology.Learn more
L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Fellowships
The programme highlights the achievements of younger women in their early stages of scientific careers. Each year, the international rising talents programme selects 15 most promising women scientists among 250 national and regional young talents. The talents will receive an endowment of €15,000 and leadership trainingLearn more
Venus International Women Award
The Venus International Award by the Centre for Advanced Research and Design (CARD) of Venus International Foundation (VIF) is presented every year in March during the Annual Women's Meet (AWM). The award is a certificate designed to celebrate and recognise individuals for their quality, reliability and competence to apply knowledge and skills to carry out specific tasks.Learn more