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  • By Janice Chia and Jiayi, CNM Society The organising committee at CNM Society welcomed this year’s freshmen in traditional style: four days of fun-packed activities by the beach! Seniors and the incoming freshmen bonded over games and barbeque at the Yacht Club chalet from 8 to 11 July 2014. Back on campus, the Year Ones […]

  • By Chia Pui San, Year 3, CNM Major and President of CNM Society This year, the CNM Homecoming was held on 8 July, at University Town, Town Plaza. The event was graced by Mr Viswa Sadasivan, CEO of Strategic Moves Pte Ltd and attended by graduating students and their families, CNM faculty members, alumni as […]

  • National Library Board’s culling of children’s titles it thought were deleterious to family values has provoked discussion on both sides of the decision.   Assistant Dean for Research at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Associate Professor at CNM, Dr Lim Sun Sun shares her perspective on the issue in The Straits Times.  We […]

  • Friday 18 July 2014, 11am – 12pm. CNM Meeting room, AS6, #03-33 Neuromarketing and Cognitive Processing of Advertising Messages: Applying Information Introduced(ii) to Advertising Research This talk will discuss how psychophysiology (a.k.a. Neuromarketing) has been applied to study media users in the context of cognitive processing of mediated messages. Also to be introduced is Information Introduced […]

  • Our visitor this summer is Professor Charles Leslie Briggs, the Alan Dundes Distinguished Professor of Folklore at University of California, Berkeley.  Renowned globally as a leader in medical anthropology, Professor Briggs’ work on biocommunicability offers novel insights into the social construction processes through which the news media produce, circulate and reify knowledge and discourse about […]

  • National Library Board’s removal of two children’s titles from its shelves has prompted CNM alumna, Dr Carol Soon (Ph.D, 2011) to weigh in on the issue.  We share with our blog readers her point of view. Libraries should promote learning, not police values By Carol Soon Being an avid reader, one of my favourite childhood […]

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