National University of Singapore (NUS)
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Musim Mas Professorship Fund with the National University of Singapore
We believe that the viability of any business to successfully transcend into the next generation, hinges on the core concept of sustainability. Given the broad spectrum of the sustainability field, the group established a Musim Mas Professorship Fund with the aim of increasing awareness and interest in the subject and its related fields.
Musim Mas Professorship in Sustainability
The Musim Mas Professorship in Sustainability was established with the National University of Singapore's Business School (NUS Business School) in November 2010. The group believes that this trajectory is important in advancing the academic exploration and research into sustainability, as well as for sustainability to be more widely propagated.
The Musim Mas Professorship Fund supports research projects. The awarding of this grant is subject to a competitive process, based on the merits of the research proposals. The approval decision is made by the National University of Singapore's Research Committee. To-date, research grants have been disbursed to a total of six research projects, of which three have been completed.
About the National University of Singapore
Started out as a modest medical school in 1905, the National University of Singapore (NUS) was founded by a determined group of businessmen led by Mr Tan Jiak Kim, to serve the needs of the local community. Today, NUS is Singapore’s flagship university, and consistently ranked first in Asia and among the leading universities in the world.