SMU offers insurtech in new course

A new course has been launched that will cover insurtech, a relatively new field that uses technology to tackle issues such as the hassle of choosing…

Madam President

In a special feature with The Business Times, Professor Lily Kong shares about her role as SMU President, and how one of her important early moves as…

Seniors not getting jab out of fear of side effects: Study

According to a study conducted by the SMU Centre for Research on Successful Ageing, concerns over the safety and efficacy of the vaccines is the main…

Squawking about persistently higher inflation?

In a commentary, Thomas Lam, Principal Researcher at the SMU Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics, explores whether it is horse sense or…

Pereira, Quah get Tokyo nod

SMU alumna and national sprinter Veronica Shanti Pereira is among the 23 athletes in the Team Singapore contingent bound for the Tokyo Olympics. She…

SMU survey: Pandemic increased demand for services, consumer satisfaction for telcos declined as they cannot keep up with the surge in usage

The SMU Institute of Service Excellence (ISE) announced the customer satisfaction index for the retail and information communication sectors this…

Satisfaction for Info-Comm sector dropped by 4%

The SMU Institute of Service Excellence (ISE) announced the customer satisfaction index for the retail and information communication sectors this…

Positive stories told from a villain's perspective

In an interview, SMU alumnus Daniel Yu shares his journey as a toy designer and what made him decide to turn his hobby for sculpting figures into a…

The CCP at 100: Can it lead China to be the wave of the future?

In a commentary, SMU Associate Professor of Law Eugene Tan discussed about the foremost geopolitical challenge China is facing as the Chinese…

Why do robots have smiley faces?

In a commentary, SMU Professorial Research Fellow and Director of the SMU Centre for AI and Data Governance (CAIDG) Mark Findlay discussed why…