Since our founding in 2005, SHL has grown from strength to strength. Read about some of our students, staff and alumni’s academic, professional and personal successes below!

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SHL Staff is First Singapore Paralympian to Powerlift at Tokyo Paralympics

SHL staff, Nur 'Aini Mohamad Yasli, became the first Singapore Paralympian to compete in powerlifting, as she came in sixth out of nine athletes in the women's under-45kg division at the Tokyo Paralympics on Thursday, 26 August 2021. Aini has been powerlifting since 2017 and has now competed with the best in the world. The photo is courtesy of Sport Singapore.
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SHL Staff Featured as Tech Expects in Healthcare and Life Sciences

IPI Singapore Recognises SHL Staff as Healthcare and Life Sciences Tech Experts

3 SHL staff have been featured as Tech Experts in the areas of Healthcare and Life Sciences by IPI Singapore. IPI Singapore is a subsidiary of Enterprise Singapore (ESG) which accelerates the innovation process of enterprises through access to its global innovation ecosystem and advisory services. IPI is also an innovation catalyst that creates opportunities for enterprises to grow beyond boundaries.
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CNA938 Health Matters Interview on iPLAY

SHL Lecturers Receive MOE Innergy Award 2020

Diploma in Sport & Exercise Science Lecturer, Jernice Tan, and Diploma in Sport Coaching Programme Chair, Coral Lim, received the Silver Award for the MOE Innergy Award 2020 – Academic / Teaching and Learning, for their project on Interactive Physical Learning Activities for the Young (iPLAY). The iPLAY framework is a turnkey solution of having an exergaming platform to assist educators and therapists in assessing motor skills, tracking motor milestones and providing motor intervention.
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