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  • NUS - Frederick Joseph Morten
    Lancing Exeter College Oxford Career 1912 Eastern Cadetship straits Settlements 1913 32 Held various posts finally being appointed Director of Education Straits Settlements and Advisor on Education Federated Malay States 1935 37 President Raffles College 1937 38 Colonial Secretary Straits

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  • NUS - James Watson
    MA Edinburgh Career 1906 Senior Assistant Raffles Institution 1915 23 Held post of Inspector of Schools in various states in the Federated Malay States 1930 Director of Education Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States 1932 34 President Raffles College Honours

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  • NUS - Richard O Winstedt
    Service 1913 District Officer Kuala Pilah Negri Sembilan 1921 31 President Raffles College 1924 31 Director of Education Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States 1927 31 Director of Education of the Federal Council Federated Malay States 1931 35 General Advisor to the State of Johore Offices held Reader in Malay University of London President Association of British Malaya Director Royal Asiatic Society Member of Board School of Oriental African Studies

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  • NUS - Desmond William George Faris
    Career 1926 Medical Officer Federated Malay States 1926 31 Held post of Medical Officer in various states in the Federated Malay States 1935 Health Officer Rural Singapore 1937 Chief Health Officer Singapore 1947 49 Principal King Edward VII College of

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  • NUS - George Hugh K MacAlister
    MD DPH Cambridge MRCP London Career 1918 29 Professor of Clinical Medicine Lecturer on Therapeutics King Edward VII College of Medicine 1926 30 Member of Council Raffles College Offices held Member and Secretary Straits Settlement Federated Malay States Medical Council

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  • NUS - Robert Donald Keith
    an assistant to one of the leading private practitioners in Aberdeenshire 1908 Physiologist and assistant pathologist Medical School Singapore 1909 1918 Principal Medical School Singapore Offices held In 1908 he proceeded to Manila as representative for the Colony at the Philippine Islands Medical Association Joined the 1st Volunteer battalion Gordon Highlanders while he was a student 1911 Surgeon Lieutenant Singapore Volunteer Corps 1912 Surgeon Captain Singapore Volunteer Corps 1912 1918

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  • NUS - Gerald Dudley Freer
    Gerald Dudley Freer 1905 1909 Career 1905 1909 First Principal of the Straits and Federated Malay States Government Medical School 1909 Senior Medical Officer Selangor

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  • NUS - 2010
    enhance the community development efforts of the University The Faculty of Dentistry was officially opened by Guest of Honour Mr Wong Ngit Liong Chairman of the NUS Board of Trustees The new building will house three student clinics and facilities such as laboratories an X ray facility as well as seminar and tutorial rooms for both undergraduate and graduate students Guest of Honour Dr Tony Tan Chairman of the National Research Foundation graced the inauguration of the new premises of the NUS Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore SERIS SERIS which is sponsored by the Singapore Economic Development Board and NUS aims to take the lead in solar energy research and development in Asia Academic Initiatives Ongoing efforts by the University to provide more diverse learning opportunities include Dr Li Yuanchao Member of the Political Bureau and Secretariat of the Communist Party of China CPC Central Committee and Minister of the Organisation Department of the CPC Central Committee officiated at the launch of the new Master in Public Administration and Management MPAM programme The MPAM programme which is conducted in Chinese and jointly offered by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and the NUS Business School will enable students to develop skills in decision making and policy analysis and participate in overseas study missions and attachments The NUS Cambridge Scholarship was launched to support one Singaporean scholar each year to pursue PhD studies at the British university so as to strengthen existing areas of research and collaboration as well as institutional links between the two universities NUS is the first Asian university to establish a student exchange programme with the University of Cambridge NUS and Imperial College London have inked a Memorandum of Understanding MOU for a joint PhD degree The MOU was signed by Deputy President Academic Affairs and Provost Prof Tan Eng Chye and Imperial College Pro Rector for Postgraduate and International Affairs Prof Mary Ritter The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine developed the NUS Wiki platform MedWiki which allows nominated faculty members and clinicians from NUHS and other teaching hospitals to update their educational blueprints and lesson plans This will help facilitate curriculum review for standardisation across the teaching hospitals The School of Computing launched two programmes in Computer Science the Von Neumann programme which is catered for students who wish to pursue a technical career in a high end computing engineering centre of large information and communication technologies companies and the Turing programme which prepares students who are keen on a research career in computing NUS offered two new international summer programmes called Semester at Sea and the Mayan Route The Semester at Sea is a shipboard programme for global study abroad operated by the non profit Institute for Shipboard Education and the University of Virginia Two NUS students set sail for the first time on the Summer 2010 voyage which stopped at Canada Spain Italy Croatia Greece Turkey Egypt Morocco and the US The Mayan Route is a four week summer programme

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