Corporate Social Responsibility

Duke-NUS’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme provides opportunities for the School to undertake meaningful community work that benefits the less-privileged in society and make a positive impact to others. Our volunteers, whether staff, faculty or students, are driven by a common desire to: -

 

Our adopted CSR cause is Autism Spectrum Disorder (or “Autism’ in short) which builds on the existing efforts by our students to create awareness of Autism to the community, as well as existing genetic studies on Autism conducted by our faculty. The “whole-school’ approach to Autism through community outreach, scientific research and voluntary work ensures that our CSR cause will be meaningful and sustainable.

Please click here to find out more about research developments on autism.

A CSR framework has been formulated to ensure that the programme is meaningful and beneficial to both our volunteers and our selected beneficiaries.       

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