The FASS Office of Programmes, in conjunction with the European Union (EU) Centre in Singapore, organised the very first Creative Writing Competition in September this year. More than 40 entries were receive d from students across NUS and assessed by a panel of adjudicators that comprised of Associate Professor Reuben Wong (NUS-FASS’s very first Jean Monnet Professor and Director of Studies, College of Alice and Peter Tan), Dr Barnard Turner (Academic Convenor, NUS-FASS European Studies), and Dr Yeo Lay Hwee (Director, EU Centre in Singapore).
The three winning entries can be accessed below:
Winner : Mr. Lim Yejie’s (Business) entry
First runner-up : Miss Vina Jie-Min Prasad’s (History) entry
Second runner-up : Mr. Lam Pak Nian’s (Law) entry
“This Competition was conceived as part of our ongoing efforts to raise awareness among our students towards the Euoprean Union and its progress, and we are delighted to have received numerous high-quality and creative submissions”, remarked Dr Stephen Lim, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies who currently oversees the FASS Office of Programmes.
The student winners received their awards on 6 December 2013 from His Excellency Dr Michael Pulch, Ambassador and Head of Delegation, Delegation of the European Union to Singapore, who also discussed the EU’s successes and future challenges through an informal dialogue session.