A Conversation on the Enhanced General Education (GE) Curriculum with NUS Senior Vice Provost Professor Bernard Tan

Professor Bernard C. Y. TAN
Senior Vice Provost (Undergraduate Education)
Shaw Professor in Information Systems and Analytics

In this episode, NUS Senior Vice Provost (Undergraduate Education)
Professor Bernard Tan takes us through the upcoming changes being implemented
to enhance the NUS General Education (GE) curriculum.

Recommended Citation
Tan, B. C. Y. (2021, July 7). A conversation on the enhanced General Education (GE) curriculum with NUS Senior Vice Provost Professor Bernard Tan (No. 5) [Audio podcast episode]. InTeaching Connections Podcasts. Centre for Development of Teaching & Learning (CDTL). https://anchor.fm/cdtl/episodes/A-Conversation-on-the-Enhanced-General-Education-GE-Curriculum-with-NUS-Senior-Vice-Provost-Professor-Bernard-Tan-e14058b

 

We are privileged to have NUS Senior Vice Provost (Undergraduate Education) Professor Bernard Tan join us for this episode, in which he discusses the enhancements being made to the NUS General Education (GE) curriculum. Professor Tan shares with us the reasons for this current review and reform of the GE curriculum, the specific changes implemented, and how these curriculum changes can fulfil the university’s education goals

 

This episode is chaired by Dr Dujeepa Samarasekera, Director of the Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL).

 

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We hope you have enjoyed the podcast. In our next episode, we find out more about enhancements to the Continuing Education and Training (CET) and lifelong learning programmes at NUS from NUS Vice Provost (Masters’ Programmes and Lifelong Education) Professor Susanna Leong. This episode will be released in September 2021.

 

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Professor Bernard C. Y. TAN is Senior Vice Provost (Undergraduate Education) at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Read more