To commemorate its achievements and rapid rise in stature in the past three decades to become the world’s top young university, NTU Singapore launched a new public exhibition and limited-edition book as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.
Titled Thirty Years of Momentum, 30 Perspectives, the book shares insights and reflections of individuals who have been a part of NTU’s transformative journey, and highlights the achievements of the OneNTU Community.
A copy of the commemorative book was presented to Mr Chan Chun Sing, Minister for Education, who graced the launch of the celebrations as the Guest-of-Honour.
Together with NTU President Professor Subra Suresh, Mr Chan also sealed NTU’s digital time capsule at the launch event. The time capsule contains a collection of 30 past and present memories contributed by members of the NTU community, and will be opened in 2041.
These 30 artefacts are also featured in the NTU 30th anniversary exhibition, which was jointly opened today by Mr Chan, Prof Suresh, and Ms Goh Swee Chen, Chair of the NTU Board of Trustees.