Dear NUS Psychology alumni and undergraduates,
Greetings to all of you! This academic year (AY2011/2012) marks 25 years of psychology education at the National University of Singapore (NUS). As such, the Department of Psychology is celebrating this special occasion with a 25th Anniversary Dinner. You are cordially invited to join us for this Dinner!
The NUS Psychology Program was firstly introduced in the Department of Social Work and Psychology in the 1986/1987 academic year. Since then, the program has expanded rapidly and is always popular among students. In 2005, the Department of Psychology became an independent department. Currently, the Department has 35 full-time PhD staff, 10 part-time PhD staff, and 5 teaching assistants. In addition, there are approximately 200 new majors each year, which represents roughly one-sixth of the undergraduate enrollment in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Thus, let us take this opportunity to commemorate our 25 years of progress and achievements.
We sincerely invite you all to attend our 25th Anniversary Dinner. Besides celebrating 25 years of the existence of the Psychology Program at NUS, the dinner also aims at building networking opportunities for our alumni and Psychology undergraduates. Our alumni can also get together and mingle with old friends, while our Psychology undergraduates can link up with past seniors who can share with them their career and other experiences.
The details of our 25th Anniversary Dinner are as follows:
Date: 29 March 2012 (Thursday)
Time: 1830 – 2200
Venue: NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House, 9 Kent Ridge Drive
Dinner style: International buffet
Cost: Alumni: $36/pax *
Undergraduates: $18/pax *
(*These are maximum costs and are subject to adjustments depending on the number of attendees)
We are currently conducting a survey to gather responses to aid us in our planning of the Anniversary Dinner. We will really appreciate it if you could spend some time to do this survey before 31 January 2012. You can access the survey in this website.
We look forward to receiving your positive response and support for our anniversary dinner. Please do not hesitate to contact us (Dr. So Wing Chee firstname.lastname@example.org; Miss Annabel Koh email@example.com) if you have any queries.
Department of Psychology
NUS Psychology Society