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Asst Prof Augustine Pang
Crisis management and communication Image management and repair Media management Public relations Journalism
Asst Prof Bradley C Freeman
His research interests include community and campus radio, popular culture, political communication, media credibility, and sound design. He is a strong advocate for students studying abroad during their academic career. He has contributed articles and conference papers on a wide variety of topics, and has been a source for numerous media stories throughout the United States. He appeared several times on New York City's Fox 5 "Good Day New York" program, speaking on new media technologies and radio. He has supervised research projects on religion in the media, Asian-American representation, and political internet blogs. He has served as Editorial Assistant for the research publication Communication Research.
Assoc Prof Chan Kim Yin
Professor Chan’s broad area of research expertise is in the area of human resource development and psychological measurement, focusing on entrepreneurial, professional and leadership development. His specific research areas of interest are as follows: 1. Career aspirations and development in the 21st century – holistic, lifelong career development in entrepreneurial, professional and leadership dimensions. 2. Leadership – Individual differences, leadership development and the motivation to lead. 3. Military Leadership and professionalism – competency and values-based/ethical aspects and broader human capital/organizational management and development systems, processes and issues. 4. Professions and professional development in the 21st century. 5. Entrepreneurial development.
Asst Prof Chen Chung-An
Dr. Chen is interested in a variety of public and nonprofit management issues. His recent publications pertain to work motivation, organizational risk taking, nonstandard work arrangements, knowledge creation, and government contracting.
Assoc Prof Cherian George
Cherian George's research focuses on journalism and politics. He studies the Singapore media system, including censorship issues; the political economy of news media; authoritarian controls on media; alternative media; norms and practices of journalism, including the ethics of covering intolerant speech; and media policy. For more information, please visit http://www.cheriangeorge.net.
Asst Prof (Adj) Cui Donghong
Dr Cui’s research areas are sociolinguistics, Chinese Culture and Language, business and management, politics and public administration. She has conducted a wide range of studies on government’s policy implementation, effective communications, management of SMEs and cross-culture management in overseas investments.
Dr David Alexander Reisman
Economic thought, esp. Marshall,Galbraith and Schumpeter Health economics, esp. policy issues in South-East Asia Political economy, esp. policy studies (theoretical and applied)
Prof (Adj) Goh Nguen Wah
Dr. Goh's areas of interests include: government and politics of Singapore, government's media, education and language policies, language planning; the rise of China and the global Chinese language fever, the prospects of Chinese language in a globalized world, cross-cultural studies, journalism of the West and the East.
Prof He Baogang
Normative Theories of International Relations, Asian Regionalism, World Citizenship, Global Justice, International Non-governmental Organizations, Federalism in Asia, Village Citizenship, Deliberative Democracy, Chinese democratization, Chinese Politics, Comparative Politics, Political Theory
Prof John Allen Paulos
Originally mathematical logic, specifically model theory, then philosophy and probability, and then writing - books, articles, essays for a variety of publications. Several books became bestsellers. They're described here: http://www.math.temple.edu/~paulos/books.html
Dr Lee Lai To
Lee Lai To's major interest is regional security in the Asia-Pacific with special reference to territorial disputes in the region, notably in the East China Sea and South China Sea, and PRC-Taiwan relations. He is also interested in Chinese politics, particularly land issues in rural areas, Sino-ASEAN relations and selected issues related to "Overseas Chinese" studies.
Dr Mark Alan Cenite
Media law and ethics, and relevant social science research to inform policy
Asst Prof Sulfikar Amir
Science and Technology Studies (STS); Technological Politics; Globalization; Nationalism; Development; Southeast Asia; Risk and Crisis; Nuclear Power; Design Studies, Resilience Studies.
Prof Tan Kong Yam
His research interests are in international trade and finance, economic and business trends in the Asia Pacific region and economic reforms in China. He has published five books and numerous articles in major international journals including World Bank Economic Review, American Economic Review, Long Range Planning, and Australian Journal of Management etc on economic and business issues in the Asia Pacific region. He served as board member at the Singapore Central Provident Fund Board (1984-96) and the National Productivity Board (1989-90). He has also consulted for many organizations including Citigroup, IBM, ATT, BP, ABN-AMRO, People's Bank of China, EDB, Areva, Guangdong provincial government, Samsung, Mauritius Government, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Mobil, Singapore Technology, Temasek Holdings, GIC etc.
Asst Prof Teo You Yenn
State-society relations; the politics of welfare and family; poverty in Singapore; gender inequalities.
Asst Prof Wang Jue
Science and technology policy; Innovation; Entrepreneurship; Economic development.
Assoc Prof Wu Wei
Wu Wei specializes in communication and management. He has conducted a wide range of studies on media effects, public relations with publications in top-ranking international journals and presentations at major international conferences. He has also taught courses of Government-media Relations, Public Relations, and Organisational Communication at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His recent research projects involve on studies of public communication, government-media relations in Singapore, and NGO management in China.
Asst Prof Yu Wenxuan
His research interests include performance measurement in public sector, citizen participation, intersectoral collaboration, E-governance and quantitative research methods in public administration. Dr. Yu has contributed to several journal articles, book chapters and international conference proceedings. Besides his academic work, Dr. Yu has been actively involved in the academic and professional exchanges between U.S. and China.
Asst Prof Zhang Zhibin
Public and Nonprofit Management; Policy Learning and Transfer; Chinese and Singapore Public Administration and Policy
Asst Prof (Adj) Zhou Zhaocheng
His research area includes history and politics of Singapore, China-Southeast Asian relationship and media-politic relationship.
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