The Eminent Alumni Award was conferred on (from left) Ambassador Chan Heng Chee, Mr Ong Pang Boon and Mr Philip Yeo.
First-generation leader Mr Ong Pang Boon, top diplomat Ambassador Chan Heng Chee, and former top civil servant Mr Philip Yeo conferred the prestigious NUS Eminent Alumni Award
The National University of Singapore (NUS) honoured the achievements of 32 outstanding alumni and four two-member alumni teams at the prestigious NUS Alumni Awards 2021. The Eminent Alumni Award was conferred on three esteemed recipients – first-generation leader Mr Ong Pang Boon, top diplomat Ambassador Chan Heng Chee, and former top civil servant Mr Philip Yeo.
Held biennially by the NUS Office of Alumni Relations, the NUS Alumni Awards recognise alumni, who have excelled locally as well as internationally, and made significant contributions to the University and society. The Awards were presented in four categories, namely, the Eminent Alumni Award, Distinguished Alumni Service Award, Outstanding Young Alumni Award and the Team (Alumni) Award.
NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye said, “We are delighted to honour 40 outstanding alumni – the biggest cohort of recipients since the inception of the awards – who hail from diverse backgrounds, from healthcare, civil service, finance to the arts. Their trailblazing work and contributions inspire us to continue nurturing generations of changemakers who exemplify the NUS values of innovation, resilience, excellence, respect and integrity. We will continue to develop and motivate our students to unlock their potential, and explore new frontiers of growth and accomplishments.”
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