Sandra Davie

She was a junior college teacher before joining the newspaper. As a young reporter, she covered a range of topics from health to education. She honed her investigative journalism skills further at The Philadelphia Inquirer on a Knight Ridder fellowship and on her return joined a special report team and wrote many award-winning stories. She became Education Correspondent in 1998 and has since written extensively on education issues. She has a BA from the National University of Singapore and a MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
According to Quacquarelli Symonds, which released this year's Top 50 Under 50 league for universities last Wednesday, NTU leads a new generation of young Asia-Pacific universities that occupy seven of the top 10 spots this year.
Information systems technology graduate May Quek is one of several SUTD graduates whose internship translated into a job offer. She is now a software engineer at nuTonomy, which makes software for self-driving cars.