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Faculty of Science
Chemistry Alumni Fund Endowed
Inspired by several Chemistry alumni members, the Chemistry Alumni Fund was setup in 2015, with the objective to encourage deserving bursary students to do their best and further excel. The fund will be used to enhance student teaching and learning, support their study, overseas experiential learning, research exposure, etc.
Faculty of Science General Purpose Fund
Faculty of Science General Purpose Fund
FST Alumni Bursary Awards
Initiated by the Food Science and Technology (FST) alumni at the Programme’s 10th year anniversary in 2009, this fund provides bursaries to help needy students in the FST Programme.
ICZN Secretariat Endowment Fund
For over a century, the International Commission of Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) has been responsible for maintaining stability in animal names, the common currency for the exchange of ideas in the life sciences. Through the ICZN Secretariat Endowment Fund at LKCNHM, your donation (eligible gifts attract a prevailing 1:1 matching grant from the Singapore government) will safeguard its future.
Jubilee Whale Fund
Make the Jubilee Whale for Singapore possible! Contributions will go towards preparation, restoration, mounting, exhibition, and maintenance of the whale. And to increase environmental awareness by supporting associated education, research, conservation and other activities. If the total gifts received exceed the project cost, the balance will be added to the LKCNHM Endowment Fund which will provide the Museum with a sustainable resource.
Kiang Ai Kim Endowment Fund
The Kiang Ai Kim Endowment Fund has been established in NUS to honour Professor Kiang Ai Kim’s contributions to the Chemistry Department as well as to the progress of Chemistry in Singapore and the region. The objectives of the Fund are: - Award scholarships and book prizes to encourage outstanding students to read Chemistry at the University - Recognize deserving Chemistry undergraduates - Develop faculty, staff and students' contributions in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and life sciences in line with Professor Kiang’s work.
LKCNHM Endowment Fund
Your gift will enable us to build a sustainable resource for the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, and it will help to shape its future.
LKCNHM Exhibits Fund
Your gift will help create, curate and maintain exhibits on Earth's myriad life forms, from the earliest living cells, to the pinnacle of giant prehistoric animals, and to the treasured Southeast Asian natural heritage of today. We look forward to your continual support to help create a world-class educational gallery for visitors of all ages!
Pharmacy 110th Anniversary Endowed Bursary Fund
This is the first endowed fund contributed by pharmacy alumni, staff, students to provide a sustainable source of bursaries to support our financially needy students. It aims to mark our 110 years of stellar achievements in pharmacy education in a meaningful way and renews our commitment to provide a transformative and fulfilling educational experience to our students.
PJ Barlow Book Prize
PJ Barlow Book Prize was established by the Food Science and Technology (FST) alumni in 2005 to pay tribute to the first Programme Director. Two awards will be awarded annually – one to the neediest student and another to the student with the best academic performance.
Science Strategic Development Fund
Science Strategic Development Fund provides the Faculty with resources to undertake projects that bring unique and long term benefits to the Faculty. This Fund allows us to do the following: - improve the Faculty’s infrastructure and facilities, for the enhancement of student learning and teaching - spearhead emerging and important areas of scientific research that fall outside regular funding agency focus areas; - facilitate eminent professors, researchers and visiting scientists in their much needed and value-added contributions to NUS and our Faculty - provide scholarships and support for outstanding students - support strategic areas of importance for the development and advancement of the Faculty.
Science Student Fund
Make a gift to support Faculty of Science students who suddenly find themselves in financial difficulty. The Science Student Fund provides bursaries and emergency financial aid.
SPS Fund
To support students' activities and provide bursary for students under the Special Programme in Science (SPS).
Tan Sau Fun Bursary
Professor Tan Sau Fun passed away peacefully at the age of 80, on 28 February 2011. The Faculty of Science and Department of Chemistry have established an endowed Bursary in honour and in memory of her life and contributions to Science and Chemistry. This would indeed be a fitting way to exemplify and amplify her very significant contributions to the education and welfare of our undergrads. This Bursary will support needy Chemistry students with annual bursaries of $4,500 each.