Geography is a truly inter-disciplinary subject that provides students with training and exposure to the physical sciences, social sciences and humanities. Catch these videos showcasing our student Ridzuan and the subject are committed to teaching well.Check out these links to read more:
Congratulations Dr Menusha De Silva for winning the Royal Geographical Society's Area Prize which recognizes "the best article published in the journal [i.e. Area] by a new researcher. The paper is co-authored with Dr Kanchan Gandhi who is also an alumnus of the Department. Here is the link to the winning paper (institutional access required).
Read the article published online at Academia SG through this link.
Watch the webinar of the annual lecture on "Regional Worlds: From Related Variety in Regional Diversification to Strategic Coupling in Global Production Networks" by clicking on this link. Congratulations Professor Yeung!
The Department is happy to announce that Ms Liu Weiting, Ms Shee Siew Ying and Ms Tan Wenn Er were awarded the Graduate Students’ Teaching Award for teaching undertaken in Semester 1, 2019-2020! Congratulations!
The Department is particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates with relevant expertise of the theoretical development and/or applications of Spatiotemporal Big Data analytics within the Computational Social Sciences.
Applications will be considered from 1 July 2020.
The Department of Geography at the National University of Singapore seeks to appoint an established or emerging scholar within the field of Health Geographies.
The deadline for applications is 15 July 2020.
All members of the NUS Department of Geography - students, staff and faculty members - have the right to a a safe, respectful and supportive environment. We are committed to creating and fostering a safe and inclusive community, free from harassment and bullying. For more information, click here to view the safe environment poster.
Latest AlumNUS article featuring Alexius Yeo (Arts and Social Sciences 2010) and Sarabjeet Singh (Arts and Social Sciences 2011) as special guests at the NUS Geography Majors Tea 2020 on 14 February 2020. Read it here.
Singapore has raised the DORSCON risk assessment level to Orange, and NUS has heightened precautionary measures to safeguard our community against the Novel coronavirus. Let’s cooperate, continue being vigilant and practise good personal hygiene!
For more information, visit NUS-Emergency. For FASS students: contact your department management office for information and assistance, including secure a personal thermometer. Also, visit the Ministry of Health website, for regular updates.