APRU Undergraduate Leaders Program 2016 Report

15 May 2017
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APRU Undergraduate Leaders
Program 2016 Report


Themed “INSPIRE: Next generation of innovators”, this exciting 10-day program enabled students from diverse academic and cultural backgrounds to develop the skills to provide innovative solutions to real problems of global relevance while gaining new perspectives of co-creation in a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural context.

Cherry Wong

Jacquelline oversees APRU's higher education activities, including APRU governance and network meetings such as the Provosts and CIO networks, Deans Meetings and University Museums.  Her work in the APRU Secretariat includes financial, audit and legal compliance.  She enjoys the challenge of working with partner universities to address issues pertaining to innovations in technology and intellectual property.
Jacquelline has served on various committees and task forces in the university under the Office of the President since joining NUS in 2000.  She set up the Centre for Testing and Assessment Pte. Ltd., a company affiliated to NUS that implemented and conducted SATs, admissions tests for high school students seeking to gain entry into universities in Singapore and elsewhere.  She was the Centre’s Assistant Director before joining APRU full-time in 2005.