Award Recipients

The Yale-NUS Teaching Award Committee congratulates the recipients of the Yale-NUS teaching awards.

2020 Distinguished Teaching Award Recipient
Associate Professor Anju Mary Paul (Sociology and Public Policy, Division of Social Sciences)

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Associate Professor Paul is acknowledged for her leadership in the Global Affairs and Anthropology majors, the Common Curriculum, capstone advising, and engaging approaches to teaching inside and beyond the classroom. She has served the College through tireless leadership of key initiatives, and by inspiring your students and colleagues alike.

 

2020 Early Career Teaching Award Recipient
Assistant Professor Matthew Schneider-Mayerson (Environmental Studies, Division of Social Sciences)

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Assistant Professor Schneider-Mayerson is recognised for his creative and high-impact teaching within and beyond the classroom, and his distinctive ability to seed passion and proactive learning in your seminars. He has served the College through inclusive and responsive pedagogy, and by modelling passionate teaching, creative course design, and individualized student mentorship.

 

Inaugural 2019 Distinguished Teaching Award Recipient
Associate Professor Mira SEO (Literature, Humanities Division)

Associate Professor Seo with President Tan. Photo by Charmaine Chua/Yale-NUS College

Associate Professor SEO is acknowledged for her commitment to teaching and learning across the Common Curriculum, and teaching strategies and instructional techniques that demonstrate enthusiasm for and command of literature and the global antiquities. She has served the College through tireless leadership of key initiatives, committee chairship, and mentorship to colleagues.

 

Inaugural 2019 Early Career Teaching Award Recipient
Assistant Professor NG Hui Khoon (Physics, Sciences Division)

Dean Ickovics with Assistant Professor Ng. Photo by Charmaine Chua/Yale-NUS College

Assistant Professor NG is recognised for her commitment to teaching and learning across the Common Curriculum, especially intellectual leadership in Scientific Inquiry. Her dedication to student learning within the Physical Science major is demonstrated through teaching the innovative Classical Mechanics course. Assistant Professor NG has a patent ability to inspire and sustain the intellectual development of Liberal Arts students through the science curriculum.