The Science Club Management Committee (SCMC) consists of 16 members who oversee all Club activities and spearhead faculty-wide initiatives. They are split across 3 branches - Internal Affairs, Relations and Freshmen Orientation Projects - and the Presidential Cell. Together, they manage all aspects of student life within the Faculty of Science.
Every SCMC member has the ability to spearhead new initiatives and is involved in faculty-wide decision-making. SCMC members are committed to truthfully representing the interests of Science students and work tirelessly to improve the welfare, vibrancy and outreach of our Science Students.
At the 43rd Science Club Management Committee, we are committed to truthfully representing the interests of Science students and work tirelessly to improve the welfare, vibrancy and outreach of our Science Students. We strongly believe in fostering an inclusive and welcoming environment, transcending differences in majors or ages, building a common Science identity and encouraging Unity Through Participation.
SCMC members are elected annually through an electoral process beginning in August where all Science undergraduate students are welcome to apply. While there are no requirements to join SCMC, the common thread that binds all SCMC members is the heart to serve. Applications will be released annually on this website and via the Science Club communication channels.
Subcommittee Recruitment happens in the fall every year, and is the opportunity for Science undergraduates to join the Science Club in one of our subcommittees! They assist their respective directors in the management committee in planning various events and activities for the faculty of science and science alumni.
Subcommittee Welcome Tea
Subcommittee Welcome Tea (SWT) aims to officiate the start of the journey for subcommittee members of the NUS Students’ Science Club and to introduce them to members of the Science Club Management Committee. We hope subcommittee members can use this opportunity to know their peers better within and beyond their subcommittee, where they can forge memories and friendships that will see them through their time in Science Club and in Science.
Subcommittee Gathering (SGT) aims to bring members from different subcommittees to form the SGT planning committee, allowing them to grow as individuals. SGT also aims to provide opportunities for subcommittee members to network, make friends, and learn more about the different subcommittees in NUS Students’ Science Club.