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Gifts to the University

Gifts of significant impact received in FY2014 (April 2014 to March 2015)

• 	S$3 million from Mr Peter Lim to establish           •	S$300,000 from Mr Kwek Leng Joo to renew
  the Peter Lim Professorship in Peace Studies.           the Kwek Leng Joo Prize for Excellence in
  The Professorship will fund a top global expert         Photography for another five years at NTU’s School
  who can lead the development of the peace               of Art, Design & Media. The Prize motivates and
  studies curriculum and research strategies at the       recognises students pursuing the Bachelor of Fine
  S Rajaratnam School of International Studies as         Arts in Photography and Digital Imaging programme,
  part of its new Studies in Inter-Religious Relations    giving them a head start in their professional and
  in Plural Societies programme.                          artistic pursuits.

•	S$2 million from the family of the late               •	S$300,000 from Thomson Reuters Asia Pte Ltd
  Mr Tay Tee Peng to establish the OG Department          to establish the Centre for Applied Financial
  Stores-Mr Tay Tee Peng Education Fund in honour         Education Fund, which supports platform-based
  and in memory of the late Mr Tay Tee Peng,              learning initiatives that prepare Nanyang Business
  Chairman and Founder of OG Department Stores.           School students for careers in the banking and
  The Fund will provide essential support to students     finance sector.
  at NTU’s College of Science through its Science
  Bursaries, Travel Bursaries and Distinguished
  Undergraduate Student Awards.

•	S$1 million from Mothercare (S) Pte Ltd to
  establish the Tan Poey Quee Teaching Excellence
  Fund at the National Institute of Education, which
  will play a vital role in nurturing and inspiring
  generations of teachers to make impactful
  contributions in education through the Doctor of
  Education Scholarship, Doctor of Education Gold
  Medal, Doctor of Education Book Prize for Best
  Dissertation, and Practicum Book Prizes.

•	S$300,000 from Mr Kuok Khoon Hong to
  establish the KKH-CAS Scholarship Fund at the
  Nanyang Business School. The Fund will annually
  sponsor 10-week professional attachments in
  Africa for undergraduates of the School.

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