On 21-24th March, 4 of our Year 1 students participated in the ASEAN Biology Camp hosted by Phuket Rajabhat University (PKRU), in Phuket, Thailand. Not only they had the chance to visit a seashell museum established by local enthusiasts, they also performed a quadrant survey for different land snail species at Ton Sai Waterfall! We would like to thank PKRU for their generosity in extending the invitation to us, and the students from the various Universities for making our time there so fulfilling and eventful!!
Irritated throat, itchy eyes, runny nose. Even without falling ill, we Singaporeans fall victim to a seasonal and irritatingly familiar culprit - haze. Though it may be perplexing to many that this problem ought to be easy to curb, is this issue really as simple as it seems? Join us tomorrow in unravelling the multiple layers surrounding this issue with the exclusive screening of Earth Observatory of Singapore's new documentary - Haze, it's complicated... You can even find a place for yourself to deal with the persistent and recurring issue during the panel discussion with invited guests including Prof. Isaac Kerlow, Asst. Prof. Janice Lee and Dr. Sri Hapsari Budisulistiorini. When: 28 March 2018, 19.00-21.00 Where: LT19A If you're curious to see what the film has to offer, feel free to discover more on the Facebook page. And if you're keen to be part of the hazy situation..., sign up link is on our ASE Facebook page as well! See you there!
It had been an fruitful weekend for our ASE students! The GCNS (Global Compact Network Sg) Youth Forum and an event @ Sentosa were held concurrently. (1 to 5) International Year of the Reef at Sentosa! ASE students were helping out in a booth on rocks (and geology) of sentosa! 🏝️It was a good platform for us to let the public know about our course and what we do, as well as to meet other organisations comprising of like-minded individuals as well, on the issue of conservation of our marine environments. 🐬🐳 (6) The GCNS Youth Forum organised by Global Compact Network Singapore brought youths who are passionate about the tackling the different Sustainable Development Goals together to engage in purposeful discussions and sharing sessions. The talks and networking sessions by professionals in the different industries (banking, telecommunications etc were insightful and thought-provoking. 🤓 It was empowering to interact and work with many like-minded youths with the same goals and interests. 🙆
With valentine's day around the corner, it's a good time to get attached with a terrarium 🌱 of your own or to get one for your loved ones 💕! ASE's terrariums are back with new designs and fashions for this exclusive special event. Pre-order your own *customised terrarium* now at tinyurl.com/ASEterrariums ! All proceeds will be donated towards ASE's Overseas Community Involvement Programme.