Our congratulations to Associate Professor Feng Qiushi for achieving the FASS Excellent Researcher Award 2019!
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Merlyn is a joyous, brainy, courageous, loyal and active SG Leader. Always a vibrant character, Merlyn keeps our participating children entertained by appearing in SG LEADS jigsaw puzzles and certificates. Follow Merlyn’s adventure as he meets more Singaporean children!
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Registration is now OPEN!
Additional NEW course:
❑ Mixed Methods
Training Program Alumni receive an additional 10% discount!
Poverty and Preschoolers’ Developmental Outcomes
PhD Candidate Chen Xuejiao shares about her findings from examining the mechanisms linking poverty and children’s cognitive development among pre-schoolers. She also emphasizes the importance of early childhood investments from parents and governments, to create a nurturing and stimulating environment for children to develop their cognitive abilities during that crucial period.
All talks are free and open to the NUS community and general public. Simple lunch will be provided.
Unless noted otherwise, seminars and workshops are held at 12pm in NUS Kent Ridge Campus.
Check our Seminar & Workshops page for more info.
❑ Caregiving challenges of low-income caregivers of dependent seniors
❑ Older Singaporeans becoming homeless as resources run out
❑ Young adults in non-regular employment and unemployed have less desire to marry soon
❑ Transitions and relationship dynamics within stepfamilies in Singapore
❑ Early nutrition benefits children’s cognitive development in India, especially for girls
❑ Reducing work hours increases the frequency of visit and in-kind transfers to parents
Visit our Conferences page for more information
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We are looking for motivated individuals to be part of its SSRC-funded project on Building Human Capacity in Singapore's Population.
Part-time student Research Assistant positions are available to work in a research team led by Principal Investigator, Professor Catherine Tang.
Visit our Join Us page for more info!