In Celebration of SMU Women, SMU would like to highlight the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of SMU women across stakeholder groups of faculty, staff, students and alumni. Here are just some examples of the many women in our SMU community who have significant influence in their areas of work/study and have made meaningful impact nationally and/or globally.
On this International Women’s Day, the entire SMU Community would like to congratulate our President Professor Lily Kong for her induction into the Singapore Women’s Hall of Fame (SWHF).
Prof Jiang Jing from the School of Computing and Information Systems is a respected researcher and academic in natural language processing (NLP), a key subfield of Artificial Intelligence that aims to understand human languages using computational methods.
Challenges or Opportunities: Understanding how the human mindset makes sense of personal and societal setbacks
Dr. Angela Leung is Associate Professor of Psychology at the Singapore Management University.
Thirty years ago, a curiosity for astrophysics and nuclear science inspired Ms Vennila Vetrivillalan to take up physics as her undergraduate major. This represented the first step towards an illustrious career in a STEM-related field.
For having served the highest number of pro bono hours in her graduating cohort in 2021, Farahna Alam received the “Spirit of Pro Bono Award (LLB)”, an accolade awarded by the SMU Pro Bono Centre annually to recognise individuals for their outstanding pro bono ef
Nandita Banna was crowned Miss Singapore Universe in October last year and made it to the top 16 at the international pageant held in Eilat, Israel in December. This was a first for Singapore in 34 years since 1987.