SRN Virtual Event: Diaspora and Cosmopolitanism, Religion and Place, and Language and Multiculturalism in Singapore and the Region

The Singapore Research Nexus (SRN) at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Research Division, NUS invites you to a Virtual Event featuring recent research in the humanities and social sciences on Singapore.

Academics from NUS will present their studies on the themes of 1) Diaspora and Cosmopolitanism, 2) Religion and Place, and 3) Language and Multiculturalism.

Please register early through the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing instructions about joining the webinar. You are free to join and leave the webinar at a time of your convenience.

Please note that the webinar may be recorded by the Singapore Research Nexus. For enquiries, please contact us at

Date: Friday, 7 January 2022

Time: 10 AM to 4 PM (SGT)

Registration at Zoom here.

Programme available here.

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ICT4Good/Asia Workshop with NUS CNM and NUS CivicTech Lab

Happening on Wednesday, 17 November: ICT4Good/Asia Workshop in collaboration with NUS Communications and New Media and NUS CivicTech Lab!

This workshop brings together researchers and practitioners pursuing ICT4Good in Asia to discuss the interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral development of the field. The morning panels feature academic topics such as educating computer science students about the civic, educating Singaporean youth about the technological, studying civic tech in human-computer interaction, and developing civic tech in Japan and Taiwan. The afternoon panels gather ICT4Good practitioners in one virtual room, discussing the various potentials of ICT4Good as a social movement, an industry, and a governance paradigm.

Enquiries at – send your full name and designation if interested to RSVP.

Download the latest program at


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FASS Global Research Forum Aug 23-25 2021 – The Fruition and Challenges of Computational Social Science

NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences presents ‘Global Research Forum 2021: The Fruition and Challenges of Computational Social Science’

Dates and Times: 23 August 9am – 5.30pm, 24 August 9.30am – 8.30pm, and 25 August 9.30am – 9pm (Singapore Standard Time).

Register via Zoom:

After registration, you will receive through email a Zoom link that will allow access to all three sessions. Feel free to attend the sessions that are of your interest. If you do not receive the confirmation email within two working days, please email

Programme available here.

For more information, please refer to the website. We look forward to your registration.

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FASS Inspiring Mentor 2020 Award Winners Announced

FASS Inspiring Mentor Award 2020 Winners Announced

FASS Inspiring Mentor 2020 Award Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 FASS Inspiring Mentor Awards.