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Campus food courts, cafes and restaurants operating in Phase 2 with safe management measures

Date: 2020

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Summary: Bistro Lab, Canopy Coffee Club Caf, McDonald's, Subway, TripletS and campus food courts operating in August 2020 with safe management measures during Phase 2.

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Career Carnival at Youth Park

Date: 1999

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic organised the first Career Carnival at the Youth Park on Sommerset Road on 13 and 14 February 1999. Visitors were not only able to obtain information on the 27 full-time courses, they were also shown glimpses of the vibrant campus life. Youths and parents were also invited to participate in the TP Live chat sessions where they could log on and chat with experts on education opportunities after the 'O' Level Examinations and the "The Spirit of Adventure and Aspirations of Youths". The Guest-of-Honour was Members of Parliament, Mr S Iswaran.

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Careers '92 Exhibition

Date: 1992

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic participated in the Careers '92 Exhbition. The five-day event was held at the World Trade Centre from 11 to 15 March 1992.

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City colours : paint the town red and white

Date: 2011

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic's Design School Studies Club participated in City Colours : paint the town red and white. The project was organised by the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA) as part of the National Day celebration, Majulah! The Singapore Spirit. The project aimed to engage students from local tertiary institutions by providing them the experience of dressing up a plot of land to express their creativity, love and pride in Singapore's birthday. The installations were put up by students from 15 to 16 July 2011, and on display till 31 August 2011 at Raffles Place Park and Hill Street. This was the second year that TP participated in the event.

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Clay sculpturing workshop

Date: 2013

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Summary: More than 20 teachers from 14 secondary schools attended a free half-day clay sculpturing workshop at Temasek Polytechnic on 16 April 2013. The workshop was organised by Corporate Communications Department in partnership with School of Design. Though the participants had little or no art experience, the creative session specially tailored for beginners gave them a chance to explore art tools and clay techniques to produce simple handmade pieces. Mr Jeffrey Ang Choon Seng & Mr Justin Lee Chen-Chung from School of Design Foundation Studies conducted the workshop. The event was part of a series of Teachers' workshops, TP's way of offering education and enrichment opportunities to secondary schools, and promoting knowledge sharing and networking.

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Collection of notebooks which were on loan to freshmen during the circuit breaker

Date: 2020

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Summary: Freshmen collected their notebooks at the Temasek Aviation Academy (TAA) and the AI &Analytics Hub in April 2020. The notebooks were loaned out to freshmen who were waiting to purchase or collect their notebooks and also for those who were waiting for financial assistance to get them. The notebooks were loan to them as an interim measure as the campus was closed during the circuit breaker and they could not used the computers in the library or school labs.

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Diploma in Leisure and Resort Management 10th anniversary

Date: 2017

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Summary: The Diploma in Leisure and Resort Management (LRM) celebrated its' 10th anniversary on 12 May 2017. 130 alumni attended the event held at Temasek Tourism Academy (TTA) event hall. The event was filled with nostalgic videos, stories, songs and entertainment.

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Free kick @ TP

Date: 2006

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Freshmen Orientation 1990

Date: 1990

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Summary: TP inaugural freshmen orientation was held on 12 to 14 July 1990 at the Grange Road campus for 540 first-year students from the School of Business and Design. Dr N Varaprasad, Principal and CEO of Temasek Polytechnic gave the welcome address.

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 1991

Date: 1991

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Summary: The Students' Union took over the organisation of the orientation for new students in June 1991. They organised a residential camp which was attended by about 140 students. For the day activities, the average attendance per day was between 250 and 300 students.

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 2012

Date: 2012

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Summary: The annual Freshmen Orientation Camp (FOC) is a non-compulsory orientation programme organised by the Temasek Polytechnic Students' Union (TPSU) for full-time students. Freshmen may choose between a 3-day non-residential camp or a 3-day, 2-night residential camp. The orientation camp was held over two weeks, from 9 - 20 Apr, with varying dates and duration across the Schools. The activities planned during the 2-week orientation, including the Week-Zero camp, allowed students to familiarise themselves with their School environment and provided ample opportunities to make new friends, network among peers, and experience the vibrant TP campus life.

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 2013

Date: 2013

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Summary: The annual Freshmen Orientation Camp (FOC) is a 3-day, 2-night residential orientation programme, including staying over on campus. It was organised by the Temasek Polytechnic Students' Union (TPSU) for full-time students. The freshmen participated in a series of programmes to orientate themselves to the new school environment, including many opportunities to make new friends and bond with their peers through fun and exciting games.

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 2014

Date: 2014

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 2015

Date: 2015

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Summary: The annual Freshmen Orientation Camp (FOC) was organised by the Temasek Polytechnic Students' Union (TPSU) for full-time students. Freshmen may attend either a 3-day non-residential camp or a 3-day, 2-night residential camp. The activities planned during the orientation will allow students to familiarise themselves with the school environment and provide ample opportunities to make new friends, network among peers, and experience the vibrant TP campus life. The orientation camp was held over two weeks. Dates and duration varied across the Schools.

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 2016

Date: 2016

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 2018

Date: 2018

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Freshmen Orientation Grand Finale 2000

Date: 2000

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Summary: The highlight of TP's Week Zero Orientation Camp 2000 was the traditional "Final Clash", which would see students from the four Schools competing against each other in the telematch and cheerleading competition. Temasek Engineering School emerged as the winner for this year. Over 4000 freshmen sold cute little teddy bears by Sasha Bear Company at various locations around Singapore to raise funds for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), National Kidney Foundation's Children's Kidney Transplant Centre, and TP's Campus Care Network. BG George Yeo, Minister for Trade and Industry, was the Guest-of-Honour for the orientation finale held at the Triangular Garden on 30 June 2000. Five confetti canons were fired, and two students abseiled down from the sixth-storey corridor accompanied by fireworks to welcome him.

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Global Community Day 2011

Date: 2011

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Summary: For the first time, Temasek Polytechnic held its Global Community Day (GCD) outside the campus. It partnered National Parks Board (Nparks) to stage the event, in conjunction with the Parks Festival at the Bedok Reservoir. The highlight of the celebrations was the staging of the first ever Lighting of WaterFire in Asia. The first fire was lit by guest-of-honour, Mr Chan Chun Sing, Acting Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports and Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Defence. Various activities were held during the two-day event which celebrated diversity and promoted inter-cultural understanding. There were participation from embassies of various countries, cultural dances and performances, photo sessions and games for the public, TP students and staff.

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Global Community Day 2018

Date: 2018

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Global Community Day 2018

Date: 2018

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Graduation ceremony 2014, day 1

Date: 2014

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Summary: The Temasek Polytechnic graduation ceremony spanned over 14 sessions from 26 to 30 May 2014. Guest of honour, Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for Communications and Information, officiated at the opening session held on Monday, 26 May 2014 at 9.00am at the Temasek Convention Centre. A total of 5375 students graduated from 55 full-time diploma courses and 9 part-time courses. Day 1: Session 1. Graduands from the School of Informatics & IT, Diploma in Cyber & Digital Security; Diploma in Digital Forensics; Diploma in Financial Business Informatics; Diploma in Information Technology; Diploma (Conversion) in Digital Advertising Technology & Analytics (Part-time); Specialist Diploma in Business Analytics (Part-time); Specialist Diploma in Cloud Computing (Part-time). Session 2. Graduands from the School of Informatics & IT, Diploma in Game & Entertainment Technology; Diploma in Interactive Media Informatics; Diploma in Mobile & Network Services; Diploma in Mobile & Wireless Computing. Graduands from the School of Applied Science, Diploma in Applied Food Science & Nutrition; Diploma in Baking & Culinary Science; Diploma in Consumer Science & Technology. Session 3. Graduands from the School of Applied Science, Diploma in Biomedical Science; Diploma in Biotechnology; Diploma in Chemical Engineering; Diploma in Pharmaceutical Science; Diploma in Veterinary Technology; Diploma in Technology (Chemical) (Part-time).

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Graduation ceremony 1991

Date: 1991

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Summary: On 30 July 1991, the Polytechnic held its' first Graduation Ceremony at the Singapore Labour Foundation (SLR) Auditorium. 89 graduates from the Design Course (Interior Architecture Design, Graphic Design and Product Design) trooped upstage to receive their diplomas in their resplendent gowns. The Guest-of-Honour for the occassion was the Senior Minister of State for Education, Dr Tay Eng Soon.

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Graduation ceremony 1992

Date: 1992

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Summary: On 7 August 1992, the Polytechnic held its' second Graduation Ceremony at the Singapore Labour Foundation (SLR) Auditorium for 87 graduates from the School of Design. Of the 87 granduands, 59 were from Graphic Design, 12 from Interior Architecture & Design and 16 from Product Design. The Guest-of-Honour for the occassion was Mr Lim Boon Heng, the Senior Minister of State for Trade & Industry.

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Graduation ceremony 1993

Date: 1993

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic's third Graduation Ceremony was held at the World Trade Centre Harbour Pavilion on 19th August 1993 for 588 full-time students from the Schools of Business, Design and Information Technology and Applied Science and 84 part-time students from the Management Diplomas in Accounting and Finance, and Sales and Marketing and the Certificate in Library and Information Studies courses. The ceremony officiated by Minister for Education, Mr. Lee Yock Suan, was in essence the graduation of the Polytechnic's first cohort since these graduates had enrolled as first-year students when it was established in 1990.

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Graduation ceremony 1994

Date: 1994

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic 1994 Graduation Ceremony was held at the Kallang Theatre on 19 July. It saw the first batch of graduands from the School of Engineering Electronics and Mechatronics courses and School of Business Operation Management course. The Tay Eng Soon Award was also presented to the most outstanding ITE graduate for the first time. The award was to commemorate the late Dr Tay Eng Soon who was Chairman of the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and Minister-in-charge of the polytechnics. Rear Admiral (NS) Teo Chee Hean, Minister of State for Finance and Minister of State for Communications was the Guest-of-Honour for session 1. Mr David Chin, Deputy CEO, Trade Development Board was the Guest-of-Honour for session 2.

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