Welfare Week – AY16/17 Semester 2

HISSOC concluded its Welfare Pack Giveaway for Semester 2 yesterday. From 4-6 April, History and European Studies students dropped by our booth along the AS6 Walkway to collect their Welfare Pack.
This year was a first as we tried out a DIY Welfare Pack system where one can pick and choose the contents of his/her Welfare Pack! (Thanks NUS Geographical Society for the idea!) If you liked this new system and want to continue shopping at the Mama Shop, do let us know!
Not forgetting our staff at the History Department, HISSOC also delivered Welfare Packs to Professors and Admin Staff hard at work!
The Mama Shop is open for business!
Let the DIY-Welfare Pack shopping spree begin!
You drop
Our Vice President Madeline presenting a Welfare Pack to Dr Portia Reyes
Madeline presenting a Welfare Pack to Dr Sharon Low
Our President Swee Yik presenting a Welfare Pack to Dr Donna Brunero
Swee Yik presenting a Welfare Pack to Mr Tan Chye Guan
Madeline presenting a Welfare Pack to Dr John Solomon
The contents of this semester’s Welfare Pack!
Thanks to all who dropped by to collect their Welfare Pack! HISSOC wishes all the very best for Finals!

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The National University of Singapore (NUS) History Society is a student-run organization that aims to encourage an interest for history among NUS students and members of the public. Its members include all History majors and other NUS students interested in history. Regular projects that aim to engage NUS students include writing and editorial opportunities at the Society’s publication Mnemozine, career development programmes as well as welfare activities. NUS History Society is a student society under the Office of Student Affairs, National University of Singapore.

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