Issue 103, October 2011
In this issue, read about NTU Pro-Chancellor Dr Wee Cho Yaw’s generous gift that will establish a new scholarship fund for Chinese financial sector regulators pursuing graduate programmes at the Nanyang Business School.

We also introduce you to NASH - NTU Advanced Smart Humanoid, Singapore's first human-sized smart robot.

In alumni news, we congratulate 34 outstanding alumni who receive the Nanyang Alumni Award at this year's NTU Alumni Homecoming 2011.
  • Alumni return to the Yunnan Garden campus for their annual homecoming
  • The Nanyang Alumni Awards are given out once a year, to the University’s best. This year, 34 outstanding alumni came home to be honoured
  • Participants attending the Alumni Forum learn about trends and roles of social media network
  • Alumni from NTU Hall of Residence Seven came together for the launch of its alumni association
  • The NTU School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Alumni Association held its 15th Annual General Meeting on the final racing night of Formula One Grand Prix

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"A key measure of success of a university must be the accomplishments of its alumni. Every good university takes pain to stay in touch with and keep track of its alumni. With more than 156,000 graduates across the globe, I commend NTU’s decision to recognise and celebrate its alumni’s efforts to make this world a better place." - Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education, at the NTU Alumni Night 2011.