Academic Profile : Faculty

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Dr Jeremy Sng
Lecturer, School of Social Sciences
Jeremy is currently a lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, teaching under the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core curriculum. He received his PhD in Communication Studies from Nanyang Technological University.

His research focuses on the psychological and behavioral outcomes of media use, particularly in the contexts of digital media and interactive technologies. His research projects have involved investigations into how people behave and respond to social media, video games, virtual reality, and other online digital environments. For example, he has examined how people use the social simulation game Animal Crossing to manage their psychological needs during the Covid-19 pandemic. He has also examined how virtual reality self-training systems can help older adults acquire essential skills at their own pace. In addition, he is interested in topics on equality, identity, and popular culture.
Technology and society
Uses and impact of communication technologies
Older adults and technology use
Media and wellbeing
Game studies
 
Awards
2022 - Top Faculty Paper Award
Game Studies Division at 72nd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association
Animal Crossing and Covid-19: A qualitative study examining how video games satisfy basic psychological needs during the pandemic

2016 - 2020 Nanyang President's Graduate Scholarship
PhD program at Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

2014 - 2015 NTU Research Scholarship
MA program at Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
 
Courses Taught
CC0007 Science & Technology for Humanity
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