By Kieren WONG posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 09:38
William Tov is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the SMU School of Social Sciences. We managed to get a chance to ask Will a few questions about his research background and teaching interests. Read on to learn more about one of our senior faculty members!
1. Could you tell us more about your academic background?
I was always interested in the causes and underlying meaning of our emotions, so it was quite natural for me to major in psychology as an undergraduate. However, once in university, my interest expanded from the personal experience of emotion to the larger cultural and...
By Kieren WONG posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - 09:52
Seah Tiong Kiat
BSocSc Class of 2017
Doing an international exchange is not just about having fun and travelling. Being away from home for so long carries with it its own set of problems and discomforts. I have felt homesickness, loneliness, and had to learn how to live independently the hard way. Feeling out of your skin is something that comes along with international exchange. But at the same time, it is through these various forms of discomfort that have helped me grow in ways I could not if I stayed in Singapore.
I recently went for an exchange at the University of Concordia in Montreal...