Research Team

Current Advisees & Research staff

Agnes Chuah, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Agnes is a Research Fellow in the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). She received her Bachelor of Communication (Honours) and Master of Science in Managerial Communication from Universiti Utara Malaysia, and graduated with a PhD in Communication from NTU. Agnes’ primary research area focuses on mobile communication. She is interested in the factors affecting mobile phone usage among adolescents and youths, such as personalities, parenting styles, peer influence. Her secondary area of research focuses on science communication, new media, and environmental research. She is currently working for Public Opinion of Nuclear Energy (PONdER) project funded by Singapore National Research Foundation.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Papers

  1. Yang, X., Chuah, A. S., Lee, E. W., & Ho, S. S. (2017). Extending the cognitive mediation model: Examining factors associated with perceived familiarity and factual knowledge of nanotechnology. Mass Communication and Society, 1-24. doi.org/10.1080/15205436.2016.1271436
  2. Chuah, A. S. F., Leong, A. D., Cummings, C., & Ho, S. S. (2018). Label it or ban It? Public perceptions of nano-food labels and propositions for banning nano-food applications. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 20, 36. doi.org/10.1007/s11051-018-4126-5
  3. Cummings, C., Chuah, A. S. F., & Ho, S. S. (2018). Protection motivation and communication through nano-food labels: Improving predictive capabilities of attitudes and purchase intentions toward nano-foods. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 1-29. doi.org/10.1177/0162243917753991
  4. Ho, S. S., Looi, J., Chuah, A. S. F., Leong, A. D., & Pang, N. (2018). “I can live with nuclear energy if…” Exploring public perceptions of nuclear energy in Singapore. Energy Policy, 120, 436–447. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2018.05.060

Book Chapters

  1. Ho, S. S., & Chuah, A. S. F. (2017). Climate change communication in Singapore. In M. C. Nisbet (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication. Oxford University Press.

Conferences

  1. Ho, S. S., Leong, A. D., Looi, J., & Chuah, A. S. F. (2018). Same but different? A cross-national comparison of public perceptions of nuclear energy in Southeast Asia. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association, Prague, CZ.
  2. Ho, S. S., Leong, A. X. L. D., Looi J., & Chuah, A. S. F. (September, 2017). Communicating nuclear energy in Southeast Asia: A cross-country comparison of communication channels and source credibility. Paper accepted for presentation at the ICNESE 2017: 19th International Conference on Nuclear Energy Systems Engineering, Paris.
  3. Ho, S. S., Looi, J., Chuah, A. S. F., Leong, A. D., Pang, N., (July, 2017). Public perception of nuclear energy and the environment in Singapore: Risk, benefits, and trust in stakeholders. Paper accepted for presentation at the Conference on Communication and Environment 2017, Leicester, UK.
  4. Cummings, C., Chuah, A. S. F., & Ho, S. S. (May 2017). Protection Motivation and Communication through Nano-Food Labels: Improving Predictive Capabilities of Attitudes and Purchase Intentions toward Nano-Foods. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of International Communication Association, San Diego, US.
  5. Chen, L., Yang, X. D., Chuah, A. S. F., & Ho, S. S. (May 2017). Cyberspace Risk for Adolescents: An Investigation of Factors Influencing Cybervictimization. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of International Communication Association, San Diego, US.
  6. Estee, P. S. Goh, Chuah, S. F., & Ho, S. S. (2016, August). The role of mobile phone use in bonding and bridging peer capital among Singaporean adolescents. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, MN.
  7. Yang, X., Chuah, S. F., & Lee, E. W. (2016, June). Extending the cognitive mediation model: Factors associated with perceived familiarity and factual knowledge of nanotechnology. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.
  8. Chuah, S. F., Yang, X. D., Chen, L., & Ho, S. S. (2015, August). Integrating self-construal in theory of reasoned action: Examining how self-construal, social norms, and attitude relate to healthy lifestyle intention in Singapore. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ComSHER Division), San Francisco, CA.

Doctoral Consortium & Symposium

  1. Chuah, S. F. (2015, May). Factors relating to problematic mobile phone use among adolescents in Singapore: Personality traits, parental and peer influence, and third-person perception. Paper accepted for presentation at the 6th Annual Doctoral Consortium of the Communication and Technology Division, Puerto Rico.
  2. Chuah, S. F., Shirley, S. Ho, & Poorisat, T. (2014, November). Factors influencing drinking behavioral intention: A study of Thailand rural high school students. Paper accepted for presentation at Annual Symposium for Asian PhD Students in Communication Research, Singapore.
  3. Chuah, S. F. (2013, November). Facebook in building social capital: A study of Malaysia college students. Paper accepted for presentation at Asian Symposium of Doctoral Students in Communication, Hong Kong.

Andrew Yee, PhD Candidate

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Andrew Z. H. Yee is a quantitative social scientist who focuses largely on health behavior change. His research interests lie in the growing field of health communication, specifically in the area of familial and media influences, as well as the influence of technological innovations in promoting health among children. Currently, his main research interests lies in uncovering how social influences affect implicit attitudes towards eating. His research work have won awards in a number of international conferences, and many many are published in top-tier journals and books in the field of public health and communication, such as the Journal of Health Communication, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Computers in Human Behavior, and the Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication. Outside of health communication, he also has a keen interest in people’s purchasing behavior, and the communicative elements that influence them to act in various ways. With regards to these interests, he has since published in industry publications such as Communication Director.

Andrew earned his B.A. (1st Class Honors) in Communication studies and is a recipient of the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal award for outstanding academic achievement, as well as the prestigious Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship that currently funds his PhD at Nanyang Technological University. Outside of research work, Andrew spends most of his time caring for his toddler son, dabbling in all forms of photography (he was the Singapore Young Photographer of the Year in 2012), watching Netflix, and playing video games. He can be contacted at andrewyee.zh@gmail.com or ayee002@e.ntu.edu.sg.

Selected Work

  1. Ho, S. S., Lwin, M. O., Yee, A. Z. H., & Lee, E. W. J. (in press). Understanding factors associated with Singaporean adolescents’ privacy protection behavior using an extended theory of planned behavior. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, & Social Networking.
  2. Yee, A. Z. H., Lwin, M. O, and Ho, S. S. (2017). The influence of parental practices on child promotive and preventive food consumption behaviors: A systematic review and meta-analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 47. DOI: 10.1186/s12966-017-0501-3
  3. Ho, S. S., Lwin, M. O., Sng, J., & Yee, A. Z. H. (2017). Escaping through exergames: Presence, enjoyment, and mood experience in predicting children’s attitudes and preference to play exergames. Computers in Human Behavior, 72, 381-389. DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2017.03.001
  4. Lwin, M. O., Shin, W. S., Yee, A. Z. H., & Wardoyo, R. J. (2017). A Parental Health Education Model of Children’s Food Consumption: Influence on Children’s Attitudes, Intention and Consumption of Healthy and Unhealthy Foods. Journal of Health Communication, 22(5), 403-412 DOI: 10.1080/10810730.2017.1302523
  5. Ho, S. S. & Yee, A. Z. H. (2017). Presumed Media Influence. In Encyclopedia of Health and Risk Message Design and Processing, Ed. Roxanne Parrott. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.294
  6. Lwin, M. O., Lau, J., Yee, A. Z. H., & Au, C. (2017). Nutrition labelling in Southeast Asia. In Encyclopedia of Health and Risk Message Design and Processing, Ed. Roxanne Parrott. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.307
  7. Yee, A. Z. H., and Lwin, M. O. (2015). Telly Tubbies: Mediating effect of anticipated emotions on TV exposure and unhealthy eating among children in Singapore. Paper presented at the 12th Asian Congress of Nutrition 2015 in Yokohoma, Japan. [Paper awarded the Urakami Foundation Award].
  8. Lwin, M. O., Shin, W. S., Yee, A. Z. H., and Wardoyo, R. J. (2015). An integrative parental mediation model of healthy vs. unhealthy food consumption. Paper presented at the The 3rd Biennial DC Health Communication Conference 2015 in Washington DC, Virginia. [Paper awarded the Honorable Mention Presentation Award].
  9. Lwin, M. O., and Yee, A. Z. H. (2016). Visual cues and the creation of trust in initial online retail experience. Communication Director, 1, 76-79.

 


Looi Jie Min, Masters by Research Student

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Jiemin is a Master’s by Research candidate and recipient of the prestigious NTU Research Scholarship. Her research focuses on public opinion, new media technologies, science communication, media effects, quantitative and qualitative research methods. Jiemin’s research work recently won the highly-coveted Top Student Paper Award in the Communication and Technology (CAT) Division at the 2017 International Communication Association (ICA) Academic Conference. She was also selected to receive the student travel grant funded by the ICA’s CAT Division and the Annenberg Travel Fund.

Jiemin earned her B.A. (First Class Honors) in Communication Studies from the Nanyang Technological University in 2016. During her undergraduate years, she was awarded the Dean’s list (AY2015/16 & AY2014/15) for her outstanding academic achievements. Jiemin was also an NTU President Research Scholar and was awarded with Distinction for her participation in the prestigious invite-only Undergraduate Research Experience on Campus (URECA) program.

In her free time, Jiemin enjoys watching food videos, browsing through classical art memes, and reading celebrity tabloid news.

Publications:

Journal article:

  1. Ho, S. S., Looi, J., Leong, A. D., Leung, Y. W. (in press). Explicating Factual and Subjective Science Knowledge: Knowledge as a Mediator of News Attention and Attitudes. Asian Journal of Communication. doi:1080/01292986.2018.1518466
  2. Ho, S. S., Looi, J., Chuah, A. S. F., Leong, A. D., & Pang, N. (2018). “I can live with nuclear energy if…”: Exploring public perceptions of nuclear energy in Singapore. Energy Policy, 120, 436–447. doi:1016/j.enpol.2018.05.060
  3. Ho, S. S., Leong, A. D., Looi, J., Chen, L., Pang, N., & Tandoc, E. Jr. (2018). Science literacy or value predisposition? A meta-analysis of factors predicting public perceptions of benefits, risks, and acceptance of nuclear energy. Environmental Communication. doi:1080/17524032.2017.1394891

Conference papers:

  1. Ho, S., Looi, J., Goh, T. J., & Chan, J. M. (2018). Scientists as public communicators: Exploring institutional- and individual- level barriers and motivations behind public communication behaviors. Paper accepted for presentation at the presentation at the annual conference of International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic
  2. Ho, S., Leong, A. D., Looi, J., & Chuah, S. F. (2018). Same but different? A cross-national comparison of media consumption patterns and credibility perceptions of nuclear-related information in Southeast Asia. Paper accepted for presentation at the presentation at the annual conference of International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic
  3. Ho, S. S., Leong, A. D., Looi, J., & Chuah, S. F. (2017). Communicating Nuclear Energy in Southeast Asia: A Cross-Country Comparison of Communication Channels and Source Credibility. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Nuclear Energy Systems, Paris, France.
  4. Ho, S. S., Looi, J., Leong, A. D., & Chuah, S. F. (2017). Public Perception of Nuclear Energy and the Environment in Singapore: Risks, Benefits, and Trusts in Stakeholders. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual Conference on Communication and Environment, Leicester, UK.
  5. Gan, D., Looi, J., Leong, A. D., & Chua, A. (2017). Picture This! Social Influence in A Visually Identified YouTube Environment. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of International Communication Association, San Diego, USA. [Paper awarded the Top Student Paper Award].
  6. Ho, S. S., Leong, A. D., Looi, J., Chen, L., Pang, N., & Tandoc, E. Jr. (2016). A meta-analytic review of factors influencing public attitudes toward nuclear energy. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual Society of Risk Analysis Conference, San Diego, USA.

Alisius Deon Leong, Masters by Research Student

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Alisius is a Masters by Research student and recipient of the prestigious NTU Research Scholarship. Her research interest lies in public opinion and media effects in the online and social media landscape. She is interested in applying and furthering mass communication and social-psychological theories in the field of risk and science-related issues.

Alisius earned her B.A (1st Class Honours) in Communication Studies from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communications and Information at NTU in 2016. During her undergraduate, she was an NTU President Research Scholar, and her Final Year Project was awarded the Top Student Paper Award (Communication and Technology Division) at the International Communication Association.

Selected Publications

Journal articles:

  1. Ho, S.S., Looi, J., Leong, A.D., and Leung, Y.W. (in press). Explicating factual and subjective science knowledge: Knowledge as a mediator of news attention and attitudes.Asian Journal of Communication.
  2. Chuah, S.F., Leong, A.D., Cummings, C., & Ho, S.S. (2018). Label it or ban it? Public perceptions of nano-food labels and propositions for banning nano-food applications. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. doi:1007/s11051-018-4126-5
  3. Ho, S.S., Leong, A.D., Looi, J., Chen, L., Pang, N., & Tandoc, E. Jr. (2018). Science literacy or value predisposition? A meta-analysis of factors predicting public perceptions of benefits, risks, and acceptance of nuclear energy. Environmental Communication. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.440
  4. Ho, S.S., Looi, J., Chuah, A.S.F., Leong, A.D., Pang, N. (2018). “I can live with nuclear energy if…”: Exploring public perceptions of nuclear energy in Singapore. Energy Policy. doi:1016/j.enpol.2018.05.060

Conferences:

  1. Ho, S.S., Leong, A.D., Looi, J., & Chuah, S.F. (2018). Same but different? A cross-national comparison of public perceptions of nuclear energy in Southeast Asia. Paper presented at the 68th International Communication Association, Prague, CZ.
  2. Ho, S.S., Leong, A.D., Looi, J., & Chuah, S.F. (2017). Communicating nuclear energy in Southeast Asia: A cross-country comparison of communication channels and source credibility. Paper presented at the International Conference of Nuclear Energy Systems, Paris, France.
  3. Ho, S.S., Looi, J., Leong, A.D., & Chuah, S.F. (2017). Public perception of nuclear energy and the environment in Singapore: Risks, benefits, and trust in stakeholders. Paper presented at the Conference on Communication and Environment, Leicester, UK.
  4. Gan, D., Looi, J., Leong, A.D., & Chua, A. (2017). Picture this! Social influence in a visually identified YouTube environment. Paper presented at the 67th International Communication Association, San Diego, USA.
  5. Ho, S.S., Leong, A.D., Looi, J., Chen, L., Pang, N., & Tandoc, E. Jr. (2016). Science literacy or value predisposition? A meta-analysis of factors predicting public perceptions of benefits, risks, and acceptance of nuclear energy. Paper presented at the Society of Risk Analysis Conference, San Diego, USA.

Dr Tsuyoshi (Yoshi) OSHITA , Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Dr Tsuyoshi (Yoshi) OSHITA is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University. He earned his Ph.D. in Media and Information Studies at Michigan State University (MSU) in 2017. Prior to resuming his academic career, he worked as an advertising media planner at Recruit, a largest Japanese publishing company, and also worked as a public relations consultant at Burson-Marsteller Tokyo. He holds two master’s degrees: MA (with Distinction) in International Public Relations from Cardiff University (Wales, U.K.) and MA in Socio-Information and Communication Studies from the University of Tokyo. He graduated from Hitotsubashi University (Tokyo) with his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology.

His current research focuses on communication strategies for risk-generating facilities and technologies, namely, how risks, as well as benefits, should be communicated with the public. He has a strong interest in nuclear energy after experiencing the Fukushima nuclear disaster occurred in his home country, Japan. His doctoral dissertation (thesis) discussed positive effects of proactive communication concerning accident risks on accomplishing the public’s trust toward nuclear power in the U.S. context.

He runs when he feels stressed. During his Ph.D. life, he completed one half-distance triathlon, five full marathons, numerous half marathons and countless 5k races. He is also a real ailurophile. He can be contacted at tsuyoshiyoshi@gmail.com or TOSHITA@ ntu.edu.sg.

Selected Publications

Oshita, T. (2018). The Effects of Emergency Preparedness Communication on People’s Trust, Emotions, and Acceptance of a Nuclear Power Plant. Environmental Communication, 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2018.1426618

Yuan, S., Oshita, T., AbiGhannam, N., Dudo, A., Besley, J. C., & Koh, H. E. (2017). Two-way communication between scientists and the public: a view from science communication trainers in North America. International Journal of Science Education, Part B, 1-15. https;//doi.org/ 10.1080/21548455.2017.1350789

Chavez, M. & Oshita, T. (2016). Funciones de los medios en la preparación en casos de emergencia nuclear en el Medio Oeste de Estados Unidos (The functions of the media in the preparation for nuclear emergency in the Midwest of the United States). [In Spanish] (pp.217 -234) In T. M. Mercado & M. Chavez (Eds.) La comunicación en situaciones de riesgo y crisis (Communication in risk and crisis situations), Valentia, Spain: Tirant Humanidades,

Lee, H., Oshita, T., Oh, H. J., & Hove, T. (2014). When do people speak out? Integrating the spiral of silence and the situational theory of problem solving. Journal of Public Relations Research, 26(3), 185-199.

Bowe, B. J., Oshita, T., Terracina-Hartman, C., & Chao, W. C. (2014). Framing of climate change in newspaper coverage of the East Anglia e-mail scandal. Public Understanding of Science, 23(2), 157-169.

Terracina Hartman, C., & Oshita, T. (2013). Climate Change on Trial: An Analysis of the Media Coverage of Climategate. International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts & Responses, 4(3), 119-132.


Goh Tong Jee, Ph.D. Student

Goh Tong Jee is a PhD student in the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University. Her research focuses on public opinion and risk communication. She received her Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) and Master of Arts in Communications and New Media from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2010 and 2013 respectively. She also has a postgraduate diploma in education from the National Institute of Education, Singapore.

Tong Jee has extensive experience in teaching. She was an award-winning teaching scholar at NUS during her Masters candidature. She also spent 4 years as an English Language teacher with the Ministry of Education. In recent years, Tong Jee taught courses in communications and sociology at the Singapore University of Social Sciences.

Outside of work, Tong Jee enjoys a good run at MacRitchie Reservoir.


Leung Yan Wah, Research Associate

Yan Wah Leung is a Research Associate at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, NTU, where she attained a Master in Communication Studies. She is interested in applying social psychological theories to the context of environmental and science communication.

Yan Wah earned her B.A. (Second Class (Upper) Honors) in Communication Studies from the Nanyang Technological University in 2015. Trained in Public Relations, she implemented a publicity campaign to raise awareness of a voluntary welfare organization. Yan Wah was an awardee of the NTU College Scholarship throughout her undergraduate studies. She was also awarded the Dean’s list (AY2014/15 & AY2012/13) for her outstanding academic achievements.

During her free time, Yan Wah actively volunteers with environmental and social non-governmental organizations. She served on the Youth Organizing Committee for the 2018 Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) youth forum. Yan Wah also does ad-hoc volunteering with Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Limited and Manushya Foundation.

Publications

  • Ho, S.S., Looi, J., Leong, A.D., & Leung, Y.W. (in press). Explicating Factual and Subjective Science Knowledge: Knowledge as a Mediator of News Attention and Attitudes. Asian Journal of Communication.
  • Leung, Y.W., Tandoc, E., & Ho. S.S. (2017). Chapter 5: Environmental journalism and environmental sustainability in Southeast Asia. In P. Berglez, U. Olausson, & M. Ots (Eds.), What is sustainability journalism? Integrating the environmental, social, and economic challenges of journalism (pp. 75-92). New York, NY: Peter Lang.
  • Leung, Y.W.(2017, May). Generalizing the Comprehensive Action Determination Model: Self-identity as a Moderator of Consistent Proenvironmental Behaviors. Paper presented at The 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, USA.
  • Rosenthal, S., & Leung, Y.W.(2016, August). Recycling intention promotes attitudinal and procedural information seeking. Paper presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, MN.

Aparup Khatua has obtained his M. Sc. & M. Tech. Degrees in Computer Science from the University of Calcutta, India. He is pursuing his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering in the same University. His dissertation works investigate various socio-economic issues by using Twitter data. Broadly his research interests revolve around social media analytics in political, healthcare and financial domains and natural language processing. Presently, he is exploring public opinions on Twittersphere regarding nuclear energy as a Research Engineer in the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

Selected Research Works

  1. Khatua, Aparup, Apalak Khatua, Kuntal Ghosh and Nabendu Chaki, 2015, Can #Twitter_Trends Predict Election Results? Evidence from 2014 Indian General Election.In Proceedings of the IEEE 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Hawaii, USA. DOI: 10.1109/HICSS.2015.202
  2. KhatuaAparup and Apalak Khatua, 2016, How Stock Market Reacts to Budget Announcement? Through the Lens of Social Media in Indian Context, Management and Labour Studies, 40(3&4), 1–13, SAGE Publications. DOI: 10.1177/0258042X16634568
  3. Khatua, Aparup, Kuntal Ghosh and Nabendu Chaki, 2016, Temporal and Spatial Analysis of Ebola Outbreak using Online Search Pattern and Microblogging data, Conference on Complex Systems, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  4. Khatua, Aparupand Apalak Khatua, 2016, Immediate and Long-term Effects of 2016 Zika Outbreak: A Twitter-based Study, IEEE HealthCom 2016, Munich, Germany. DOI: 10.1109/HealthCom.2016.7749496
  5. Khatua, Apalak and Aparup Khatua, 2016, Leave or Remain? Deciphering Brexit Deliberations on Twitter,IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW ’16), Barcelona, Spain. DOI: 10.1109/ICDMW.2016.0067
  6. Khatua, Apalak and Aparup Khatua, 2017, Cricket World Cup 2015: Predicting User’s Orientation through Mix Tweets on Twitter Platform,IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), Sydney, Australia. DOI:10.1145/3110025.3119398
  7. Khatua, Aparup, Erik Cambria, Apalak Khatua and Iti Chaturvedi, 2017, Let’s Chat about Brexit! A Politically-Sensitive Dialog System based on Twitter Data, IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW’17), New Orleans, USA. DOI: 10.1109/ICDMW.2017.57

FORMER PHD ADVISEES

  • Edmund Lee, PhD, Graduated 2018 (first job placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, U.S.A.)
  • Agnes Chuah, PhD, Graduated 2018 (first job placement: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Nanyang Technological University)
  • Liang Chen, PhD, Graduated 2017 (first job placement: Associate Professor, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China)
  • Xiaodong Yang, PhD, Graduated 2017 (first job placement: Associate Professor, Shandong University, China)
  • Priyanka Dasgupta, PhD, Graduated 2017 (first job placement: Assistant Professor, Amity University, Dubai)

FORMER M.A. ADVISEES

  • Kathryn Shannon Sim Yen Ping @ Sarah Abdullah Sim,
    M.A., Graduated 2016
  • Liao Youqing, M.A., Graduated 2014
  • Peh Xiang Hong, M.A., Graduated 2013
  • Edmund Lee Wei Jian, M.A., Graduated 2013 (Current PhD Advisee)