Contact is the medium for OUM graduates to stay connected to their alma mater. Published as a quarterly e-magazine, Contact tells the inspiring stories of those who have realised their dreams and shares updates for our alumni to keep track of what’s happening at OUM.
Have you ever felt lost, or wondered what life would be like if you had chosen a different field of study, or pursued a different passion? Stella Teoh Sim Chee went through this, but instead of continuing on the not-so-right path, Stella decided to wipe the slate clean and start afresh.
Faculty of Business and Management (FBM) Dean Dr Goi Mei Teh joined OUM in 2019 and has almost 20 years of experience in academia, with specialisations in branding, consumer behaviour, service marketing, and retailing. Contact reached out to Dr Goi to find out more about her role and what’s in store for FBM.
If you’re old enough, you probably remember a time when your Ringgit used to go further than it does these days. The reason for this is something we all know: inflation. But what exactly is inflation?
Do you have a poor opinion of yourself? Do you need others to like you? Is it hard for you to say “no”? Do you apologise often even if you’re not at fault?
Let me start with a little introduction to my family. I grew up in a big and lovely family with around 130 cousins. My great-grandmother had 12 children, so you can understand where this big number comes from!