School of Chemical & Life Sciences
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Beyond the confines of the classroom
How wonderful it is that nobody wait a single moment before starting to improve the world – Anne Frank
Staff, students and alumni of the School of Chemical & Life Sciences dedicate their time and effort to helping the community locally and overseas.
SP Optometry staff and students embarked on their 14-day overseas community service programme to Vietnam.
Nutrition, Health and Wellness students incorporated hula hoops into an exercise routine to promote active ageing.
SP Optometry students are involved in the SPECtacular Experience to provide eye screening services for the needy.
SP staff and students embarked on their 9-day overseas community service journey through the Lions Gift of Sight Project.
Three Nutrition, Health and Wellness students shared their knowledge on bone health to the participants of the Nutrition Education Program.
Perfumery and Cosmetic Science students GoServed at Life Community Service Society during December vacation in 2015.
SP Optometry students embarked on overseas community service projects to Myanmar and Indonesia.
Nutrition, Health & Wellness students shared healthy eating tips with residents from the Jalan Besar GRC.
CLS students volunteered at the PETSCarenival organised by Kim Seng Community Centre.
Biomedical Science students organised a Mooncake Festival Celebration for the elderly at Thye Hua Kwan Senior Activity Centre.
SP Optometry Centre is one of the organisers for the Taxi Drivers Eye Care Ambassador Programme.
SP Optometry students embarked on overseas community services project to Surabaya, Indonesia.
CLS management and office admin staff volunteered in Teaching Block 11A Toilet Clean-up exercise.
CLS had one of the highest numbers of staff and student participation rates in local and overseas community service initiatives.
CLS students and staff embarked on a 13-days journey to Cambodia for an overseas community service under the Youth Expedition Project (YEP).