Academic Profile : Faculty

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Mr Emmanuel Tan Chee Peng
Lecturer, Medical Education and Assistant Dean, Student Wellbeing, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
Lecturer, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
Emmanuel Tan is the Assistant Dean, Student Wellbeing at LKCMedicine, NTU. Before joining the University, he was a teacher, lecturer, civics tutor and mentor at a junior college and polytechnic. He also spent several years working in management consulting and change management at leading financial institutions and consulting firms.

In his current role, he is a strong advocate of student wellbeing for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. He also regularly conducts workshops on reflection and conflict management. Emmanuel is currently pursuing his PhD at Maastricht University studying student wellbeing. He also holds a Master of Professional Accounting (Singapore Management University), Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (National University of Singapore), Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (University of London), and the Postgraduate Diploma in Education (National Institute of Education, NTU).

Emmanuel has won various teaching and mentoring awards. In 2009, he was nominated “as the teacher who has made the most significant impact and inspired him to take on teaching as a career” by his student who won the MOE teaching award. In 2013, 2014, and 2015, Emmanuel was awarded the ‘100 Most Appreciated Mentor Award’ in recognition of his mentoring and pastoral care contributions.
Student Wellbeing; Pedagogy
  • Exploring classroom practices that affect student wellbeing
  • Transformational effects of curriculum co-creation in medical education