Teaching Award Winners

This page lists recipients of this year's Teaching Awards - for Outstanding Educator Award (OEA), the Annual Teaching Excellence Award (ATEA), and the ATEA Honour Roll.

OEA Winners     ATEA Honour Roll     ATEA Winners


The Outstanding Educator Awards for the year 2021 were awarded at the University Awards held on  17 Mar 2022. Recipients who excelled in teaching, each received a cash award and a teaching grant which is intended to enable the award winner to engage in activities that will support and enhance his/her role as an educator and contribute to teaching/learning at NUS.

Marleen Dieleman
Marleen DIELEMAN

Dept of Strategy & Policy
NUS Business School

Kow Wei Chieh, Alfred
KOW Wei Chieh, Alfred

Dept of Surgery
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

For highlights of the winners, winners' video and more, visit the University Awards website.

Past OEA Winners

 

Faculty members who have been awarded either the ATEA or ADEA three times (since AY 03/04) will be placed on the Honour Roll to honour their sustained high performance in teaching.

The faculty members below are placed on the Honour Roll (2023-2027) and will receive their award and certificate at the ATEA Ceremony cum OEA Public Lectures in 2023.

  1. Sasiwimol KLAYKLUENG, Centre for Language Studies, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
  2. Alexander Ian MITCHELL, Dept of Communications & New Media, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
  3. William Ward BAIN, Dept of Political Science, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
  4. WONG Yuh Ju, Dept of Social Work, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
  5. SETH Lewis Gilbert, Dept of Computer Science, School of Computing
  6. ZHANG Ye, Dept of Architecture, College of Design & Engineering
  7. SOH Wee Seng, Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering, College of Design & Engineering
  8. LAM Siew Hong, Dept of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science
  9. HAN Zhe, Dept of Pharmacy, Faculty of Science
  10. Vikneswaran S/O  GOPAL, Dept of Statistics & Data Science, Faculty of Science
  11. JEW Yun Hsien, Daniel, College of Alice & Peter Tan
  12. TOH Tai Chong, College of Alice & Peter Tan


Please note:
Colleagues who have been placed on the Honour Roll will not be eligible to apply for the ATEA or ADEA for the next 5 years. The above faculty members can be nominated for ATEA or ADEA in August 2028. They will however be eligible for the OEA.

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

  1. Sasiwimol KLAYKLUENG, Centre for Language Studies
  2. Alexander Ian MITCHELL, Dept of Communications & New Media
  3. Rebecca Lurie STARR, Dept of English Language & Literature
  4. Robert Speeter BEDDOR, Dept of Philosophy
  5. William Ward BAIN, Dept of Political Science
  6. WONG Yuh Ju, Dept of Social Work

NUS Business School

  1. ZHANG Weina, Dept of Finance
  2. WU Pei Chuan, Dept of Management & Organisation
  3. JO Seung-Gyu, Dept of Strategy & Policy
  4. LOH Yeow Khoon, Lawrence, Dept of Strategy & Policy


School of Computing

  1. Cristina CARBUNARU, Dept of Computer Science
  2. SETH Lewis Gilbert, Dept of Computer Science
  3. Kuldeep Singh MEEL, Dept of Computer Science
  4. Harold SOH Soon Hong, Dept of Computer Science
  5. TAN Keng Yan, Colin, Dept of Computer Science
  6. LIM Shi Ying, Dept of Information Systems & Analytics


Faculty of Dentistry

  1. FU Jia Hui


College of Design and Engineering

  1. ZHANG Ye, Dept of Architecture
  2. (TEAM) KONG Kwok Hoong Thomas, Dept of Architecture
       YEN Ching-Chiuan, Division of Industrial Design
  3. Gabriel KOR Meng Chiat, Dept of the Built Environment
  4. TAY En Rong, Stephen, Dept of the Built Environment
  5. LEE Jung Joo, Division of Industrial Design
  6. KHOO Eng Tat, Dean's Office (Engineering)
  7. (TEAM) LEE Lai Yeng, Dept of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
       Satyen GAUTAM, Dept of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
       Suraj VASUDEVAN, Dept of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
       QIN Zhen, Dept of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
       YANG Liming, Dept of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
  8. TAN Yan Fu, Vincent, Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering
  9. (TEAM) SOH Wee Seng, Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering
       TAN Chin Chye, Henry, Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering
       Sangit SASIDHAR, Dept of Electrical  & Computer Engineering
       Ravi S/O SUPPIAH, Dept of Computer Science
  10. Michel BOSMAN, Dept of Materials Science & Engineering
  11. SHEN Lei, Dept of Mechanical Engineering
  12. SNG Wei Meng, Daniel, Dept of Mechanical Engineering 


Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

  1. Yanika KOWITLAWAKUL, Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies
  2. Srinivasan Dinesh KUMAR, Dept of Anatomy
  3. (TEAM) GOH Yen Seow, Benjamin, Dept of Surgery
       CHONG Choon Seng, Dean's Office (Medicine)
       Hasbalela Binte HASSAN, Dept of Surgery
       Brendan KOH Jian Wei, Dept of Surgery
       NG Wei Qi, Celene, Dept of Surgery
       ONG Wan Tyng, Dept of Surgery
       YEO Idris, Dept of Surgery
       KOH Zong Jie, National University Hospital
       LU Jirong, National University Hospital
       Maggie NG, National University Hospital

Faculty of Science

  1. LAM Siew Hong, Dept of Biological Sciences
  2. LIU Mei Hui, Dept of Food Science & Technology
  3. HAN Zhe, Dept of Pharmacy
  4. Vikneswaran S/O GOPAL, Dept of Statistics & Data Science


University Scholars Programme

  1. LEUNG Wing Sze
  2. ANG Yuchen, Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum


Residential Colleges

  1. WONG Jock Onn, Centre for English Language Communication
  2. Marissa E Kwan Lin, Centre for English Language Communication
  3. Namala Lakshmi TILAKARATNA, Centre for English Language Communication
  4. JEW Yun Hsien, Daniel, College of Alice and Peter Tan
  5. TOH Tai Chong, College of Alice and Peter Tan
  6. (TEAM) CHUA Siew Chin, Ridge View Residential College
       Corinne ONG Pei Pei, Ridge View Residential College
       Sadaf ANSARI, Ridge View Residential College
       LIM Cheng Puay, Ridge View Residential College
       Florence NG
       N SIVASOTHI, Dept of Biological Sciences
       Adekunle Olusola ADEYEYE, Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering
       WONG Kah Wei, NUS Libraries


Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music

  1. Kathleen Rose AGRES


Centre for English Language Communication

  1. LAM Wanli, Aileen

Past ATEA Winners

 

Annual Digital Education Award (ADEA) 2022 recipients

Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

  1. Gretchen Christina COFFMAN, Dept of Geography

Faculty of Dentistry

  1. (TEAM) LIM Li Zhen
  • ENG Teng Chuan, Smart Systems Institute
  • LEE Jieying, Smart Systems Institute
  • YEN Ching-Chiuan, Division of Industrial Design


College of Design and Engineering

  1. Clayton Carl MILLER, Dept of the Built Environment
  2. (TEAM) YEOH Ker-Wei, Dept of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • GOH Yang Miang, Dept of the Built Environment
  • YANG Fan, Dept of the Built Environment
  • Rosezita Binte Mohamed HUSSEIN, Dept of Surgery
  • KOW Wei Chieh, Dept of Surgery


Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

  1. Shefaly SHOREY, Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies
  2. (TEAM) LIAW Sok Ying, Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies
  • LAU Tang Ching, Dean's Office (Medicine)
  • OOI Sim Leng, Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies
  • YAP Yin Gwee, NUS Information Technology
  • MAK Ho Keat, NUS Information Technology
  • WU Ling Ting

      3. (TEAM) RAUFF How Jing, Mary, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

  • Gosavi Arundhati TUSHAR, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • CHOOLANI, Mahesh A, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • LIU LIfen, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • KHOO Eng Tat, Dean's Office (Engineering)


University Scholars Programme

  1. Charles MacDonald BURKE

Past ADEA Winners