About NUS History Society
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.
Among the Society’s initiatives to foster interest among members of the public include its annual flagship event, History Festival, held in partnership with the National Museum of Singapore. The Festival comprises a film-making competition for students of secondary schools and tertiary institutions, as well as a series of public seminars that explore the dimensions of history.
Regular projects that aim to engage NUS students, including both History majors and non-History majors, comprise writing and editorial opportunities at Mnemozine, career and professional development programmes as well as welfare activities. Special projects include the Bukit Brown Documentation Project held in 2012.
NUS History Society is a student society under the Office of Student Affairs, National University of Singapore.