Achievements

NUS Awards for Graduate Students

PhD Dean Fellowship

  1. Jessica Nicole Clendenning
  2. Tan Qian Hui

Lee Kong Chian Graduate Scholarship

  1. Lau Ying Shan
  2. Kate Simone Hurst

Note: The Scholarship has been revised and renamed as "President Graduate Fellowship (Funded by Lee Kong Chian Scholarship), with effect from January 2018.

President Graduate Fellowship (Funded by Lee Kong Chian Scholarship)

  1. Radhika Bhargava

President Graduate Fellowship

  1. Chayanika Saxena
  2. Benjamin Thompson
  3. Elisha Teo
  4. Dennis Stolz
  5. Jessica Nicole Clendenning
  6. Gaurav Mittal
  7. Timo Henrik Sysioe
  8. Victoria Marshall
  9. Tan Qian Hui

Wang Gungwu Medal and Prize

  1. Loong Xiu Fen, Shona, Best Masters thesis in the Social Sciences/Humanities 2017-2018
  2. Ng Xiao Qian, Serene, Best Masters thesis in the Social Sciences/Humanities 2015-2016
  3. Wong Yingqi, Claudia, Best Masters thesis in the Social Sciences/Humanities 2014-2015
  4. Yong Mingli, Best Masters thesis in the Social Science/Humanities 2013-2014
  5. Tan Qianhui, Best Masters thesis in the Social Sciences/Humanities, 2012-2013
  6. Mak Sithirith, Best Ph.D. thesis in the Social Sciences/Humanities, 2011-2012

Graduate Students’ Teaching Award

  1. Tan Xin Wei, Andy, Semester 1, 2017-2018
  2. Timo Henrik Sysioe, Semester 2, 2016-2017
  3. Tan Xin Wei, Andy, Semester 2, 2016-2017
  4. Loong Xiu Fen, Shona, Semester 1, 2016-2017
  5. Tan Xin Wei, Andy, Semester 1, 2016-2017
  6. Tan Xuan Kai, Semester 1, 2016-2017
  7. Khairun Nisha Binte Mohamed Ramdzan, Semester 2, 2015-2016
  8. Loong Xiu Fen, Shona, Semester 2, 2015-2016
  9. Benjamin Samuel Thompson, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  10. Chen Jinwen, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  11. Chua Cheng Ying, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  12. Loong Xiu Fen, Shona, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  13. Tan Wei Peng, Olivia, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  14. Tan Xuan Kai, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  15. Teo Sheng Kiat, Shaun, Semester 1, 2015-2016
  16. Chen Jinwen, Semester 2, 2014-2015
  17. Chua Cheng Ying, Semester 2, 2014-2015
  18. Tan Wei Peng, Olivia, Semester 2, 2014-2015
  19. Teo Sheng Kiat, Shaun, Semester 2, 2014-2015
  20. Ang Chong Ping, Clara, Semester 1, 2014-2015
  21. Benjamin Samuel Thompson, Semester 1, 2014-2015
  22. Tan Wei Peng, Olivia, Semester 1, 2014-2015
  23. Teo Sheng Kiat, Shaun, Semester 1, 2014-2015
  24. Chua Cheng Ying, Semester 2, 2013-2014
  25. Chin Wei Jun, Semester 1, 2012-2013

External Awards


AAG Conference Award

  1. Ms Shona Loong
    Ms Shona Loong won the Student Paper Award - MA, "Slow Violence at the Borderlands: The Uncertain Future of Migrant Schools Along the Thai-Myanmar Border".

  2. Second Prize for Student Paper Competition, AAG conference 2011, Seattle
    Ms Tan Qianhui, masters student, won the second prize in the 2011 AAG Sexuality and Space Student Paper Competition for her paper "Flirtatious Geographies". The paper is based on her Honours Thesis.

  3. Zhang Jiajie, masters student, who submitted a conference paper based on his master thesis on war tourism in Kinmen, Taiwan won the 1st prize (US$400) in the “Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group” student paper competition at the Associate of American Geographers (AAG) 2009. Jiajie was awarded full scholarship by Durham University, UK for his Ph.D. study which started in September 2009.


Other Awards

Mr Taillardat Pierre Etienne, a PhD student was awarded the prize for best student presentation at the IUCN Mangrove Specialist Group conference in Bremen, Germany, for his oral presentation on mangrove carbon stocks and land use change, 2017.

Ms Elisha Teo, PhD student won the Copernicus Prize for the Brightest Young Star at the 15th International Conference on Luminescence and Electron Spin Dating for her presentation on "Optimising and testing time-resolved OSL of feldspar contaminated quartz grains", 11-15 September 2017. In April 2017, she also won the European Geophysical Union (EGU)'s Communicate Your Science Video Competition. Elisha's PhD is on reconstructing paleoflood histories in mainland South East Asia.

Ms Jessica Clendenning, PhD student has been selected to receive a Musim Mas Sustainability Dissertation Award of S$ 3000. The Musim Mas Award is made through the NUS Business School.