Academic Staff

STATISTIC

profmj

B.Sc(Unviersity of Warwick, UK);PhD (University College of Wales, Aberystwith)...............................................................................................

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  • Forecasting - Econometric and Time Series Forecasting, Control - Control of Processes, Optimization Techniques, Application of OR techniques in Management Research, Decision Making using the Analytic Hierarchial Processes, Total Quality Management and Productivity, Management of Information Resources

SELECTED CONSULTANCY PROJECTS AND RESEARCH REPORTS

  1. Developing R&D Strategies for the Full Spectrum Of FRGS, ERGS, LRGS, CRGS (Dec. 2009 - Dec. 2013), KPT, MOHE, RM350,000.
  2. Positioning Penang: Khazanah & world Bank, (Jan 2010 - April 2011) RM65,000
  3. Academic Salaries and Remuneration: (June - December 2010) Boston Centre for Higher Education, a 30 country study (RM20,000)
  4. Polyrate: Sistem Penarafan Politeknik, (Dec. 2010 - August 2011), KPT, MOHE, RM500,000.
  5. Impact of the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (Feb. 2013 - Jan. 2015), BPKI, MoE. RM599,500.
  6. Development and Evaluation of a Web-Based MyRA System (Feb. 2013 - Jan. 2015), BPKI, MoE. RM518,700.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. Joshua Ignatius, Jasmine Yeap Ai Lean, T. Ramayah, Chai Kah Hin, Muhamad Jantan, (2012) The impact of technological learning on NPD outcomes: The moderating effect of project complexity. Technovation 22, 452-463.
  2. Muhamad Jantan (2012) Innovation in Malaysia. Proceedings Regional Collaboration in Science and Technology in Asia: The International Policy Dialogue. Takeda Foundation, Tokyo, Japan March 30 2012. pp 30-31
  3. Muhamad Jantan (2012) Rating Universities: The Experience of Malaysia. Association of Quality Assurance Agencies of the Islamic World (AQAAIW) Seminar and Rountable Meeting. Cairo, 5-7 November 2012-11-14
  4. Huam Hon Tat, Muhamad Jantan, Amran Md. Rasli (2012). Self Regulated Learning and the Tinto’s Model: An Empirical Study on university students. New Educational Review 183-191 (ISI IF 0.075)
  5. Tameur Nachef, Muhamad Jantan & Abdelmalek Boularas (2012). Improving International Business Negotiation Performance Using Fuzzy Approach -Case of Malaysian and Middle East Counterparts. Journal of Regional Development 4(1)
  6. Tameur Nachef, Muhamad Jantan, Abdelmalek Boularas, Ahmed Bin Mohammed (2013) The Effect of Business Deal Dimensions on Decision of Organizations’. Proceedings INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on BUSINESS and MANAGEMENT (ICBM). 26-27 April 2013 Izmir, Turkey
  7. Tameur Nachef, Muhamad Jantan, Abdelmalek Boularas (2013) Organizational Dimensions that Influence Organizational Mindset in International Business Context. International Academy of Business and Management Conference, San Antonio 21-23 January 2013
  8. Tameur Nachef, Muhamad Jantan, Abdelmalek Boularas(2013).Personal Traits that Affect Decision Maker Global Mindset in International Business Negotiation Situation Proceedings of the International Symposium on Business and Management, Kitakyushu, Japan; April 2013.

BOOKS

  1. Norzaini Azman, Muhamad Jantan, Morshidi Sirat (2011) "Malaysia: Perspectives of University Governance and Management within the Academic Profession" in Changing Governance and Management in Higher Education: The Perspectives of the Academy. Locke, W., Cummings, W.K. & Fisher, D. (eds.) Springer Science & Business Media, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London New York, ISBN978-94-007-1139-6 pp. 83-106
  2. Muhamad Jantan (2012) Attractiveness of Salaries and Remuneration of Malaysian Academics. In Paying the Professoriate: A Global Compariosn of Compensation and Contracts. Altbach, P.G., Reisberg, L., Yudkevich, M., Androushchak, G., Pacheco, I.F. (eds.) Routledge, New York and London, ISBN 978-0-415-89806-5 pp. 215-224

AWARD

  1. MARA Scholarship (Sept. 1975 - June 1978)
  2. JPA/USM Fellowship (Oct. 78 - Sept. 82)
  3. British Council CACHE (April-May 1984)
  4. Commonwealth Fellowship - Visiting Fellow at University of Warwick (Feb. - July 1988)
  5. IDP Award - Australian Universities in Melbourne & Sydney (April - May 1992)
  6. Visiting Professor - Indiana University School of Business, Indiana US (May-July 1994)
  7. Academy, International Management Division New Orlean 2004 - Best Paper from an under-represented country
  8. Emerald: Journal of Logistic Management - Highly Commended Paper, 2004
  9. MIA-MAREF Research Paper Award for MORPA competition (3rd. place) for the paper Faudziah Hanim, Hasnah Haron, Muhamad Jantan (2005) Internal Auditing practices and Internal Control System.
  10. Emerald Literati Network - 2011 Outstanding Paper Award for paper "Influencing knowledge workers: the power of top management" in Industrial Management and Data Systems 110(1) 2010

ECONOMICS

dr goh

Ph.D.(Economics),University of Melbourne,Australia, M.A.(Economics), University of Colorado at Boulder, United States,
B.Ec,(Hon), University Malaya, Malaysia

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  • Malaysia Open Macroeconomics, International Capital Flows, Exchange and Capital control,Exchange Rate Determination, Applied Time Series Techniques.

SELECTED RESEARCH GRANTS / CONSULTATION PROJECT

  1. Explore the Intra-and Extra-ASEAN FDI and Trade linkages in ASEAN and ASEAN Plus Three, RU grant,RM142,870
  2. 2012-2015 : Universiti Sains Malaysia, RU Grant, "Exploring The DynamicsBetween OFDI And International Trade: Empirical Evidence From Malaysia AndSingapore"-- RM100,200.
  3. 2012-2014 : Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi, FRGS, "Food, Culture and Identity:Localization and Hybridization of the Terengganu and Kelantan Chinese Peranakan Foodways" -- RM60,600.
  4. 2011-2013 : Universiti Sains Malaysia Short-Term Grant, 'Malaysian’s Outward FDI: Market Driven or Policy Driven' -- RM28,000.
  5. 2009-2011 : Universiti Sains Malaysia RU Grant, 'Is Malaysia Exempted from theImpossible Trinity: Empirical Evidence 1991-2009" --RM 94,000.
  6. 2009-2012 : Universiti Sains Malaysia RU Grant, "Chinese Cultural MaintenanceIn A Malay State: The Roles Of The Chinese Associations In Terengganu"-- RM93,465.

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Book

  1. Gregory Mankiw, Goh Soo Khoon , Ong Hway Boon, Yen Siew Hwa, Cheng Meng Yu, Muszafarshah Mohd Mustafa, Yvonne Lee Lean Ee (2012), Principles of Economics - Malaysian Edition (2013), Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd, ISBN 978-967-10144-8-6
  2. Gregory Mankiw, Goh Soo Khoon , Ong Hway Boon, Yen Siew Hwa, Cheng Meng Yu, Muszafarshah Mohd Mustafa, Yvonne Lee Lean Ee (2013), Principles of Macroeconomics(2013) - Malaysian Edition, Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd, ISBN 978-967-10144-8-6

Chapter in Book

  1. Lim Mah Hui and Goh Soo Khoon (2012), How Malaysia weathered the Financial Crisis: Policies and Possible Lessons, in Anikit Bhushan (ed)., How to Prevent the Next Crisis: Lessons from Country Experiences of the Global Financial Crisis. Ottawa: The North-South Institute

Journal

  1. Goh Soo Khoon, Robert McNown (2015) " Examining the exchange rate regime-monetary policy autonomy nexus: Evidence from Malaysia", International Review of Economics and Finance(2015), 35, p. 292-303
  2. Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen, (2014)Could Inward FDI Offset the Substitution Effect of Outward FDI on Domestic Investment? Evidence from Malaysia", Prague Economic Paper, 4 ,p.413-425
  3. Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen (forthcoming), "Could Inward FDI Offset the Substitution Effect of Outward FDI on Domestic Investment? Evidence from Malaysia", accepted by Prague Economic Paper
  4. Tan Yao Sua, Goh Soo Khoon (2014), International students, academic publications and world university rankings: the impact of globalization and responses of a Malaysian public university, Higher Education, DOI: 10.1007/s10734-014-9724-2
  5. Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen, Tham Siew Yean (2013)Trade linkages of inward and outward FDI: Evidence from Malaysia, Economic Modeling, Volume 35, p.224-230
  6. Tan Yao Sua, Pong Thock ker, Kamarudin Ngah, Goh Soo Khoon (2012), Maintenanace and propagation of Chinese culture in a Malay state: the roles of the Chinese association in Kuala Terengganu, Asian Ethnicity, 13(4), p.441-467
  7. Goh Soo Khoon, Lim Mah Hui, Tan Yao Sua (2012), The Policy Responses and Implication of the Global Financial Crisis in Asia: A case study for Malaysia, European Research Studies, XV(1), p. 55-70, 2012
  8. Wong Koi Nyen, Goh soo Khoon (2013) Outward FDI, Merchandise and Services Trade: Evidence from Singapore”, Journal of Business Economics and Management, Vol.14(2), 276-291

Seminar Presentations

  1. Goh Soo Khoon (2014), “Can a country be exempted from Impossible Trinity: Evidence from Malaysia”, 4th International Conference on Economics, Trade and Development, Penang, Malaysia.
  2. Tan Bee Wah, Goh Soo Khoon, Wong Koi Nyen (2014), “ Does the domestic investment benefits from the inflows and outflows of fdi?Panel data evidence from the ASEAN-8 countries, Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences Conference.

TEACHING

  • Principle of Microeconomics
  • Principle of Macroeconomics
  • International Economics
  • Basic of Econometrics
  • Money, Banking and Financial Market

AWARD

  1. 2012-2013: Fulbright Scholar Program
  2. 2008-2009 : Erasmus MUNDUS Research Scholarship
  3. 2001-2004 : Melbourne International Research Scholarship by University of Melbourne
  4. 2001-2004 : Melbourne Fee Remission Scholarship by University of Melbourne
  5. 1996-1997 : Full scholarship by Universiti Utara Malaysia for master study at University of Colorado at Boulder, US
  6. 1991 :Department Award, FEA, University Malaya
  7. 1991 :Award in memorandum of Harcharan Singh Khera, FEA, University Malaya
dr tang

Ph.D. (Economics), University of Malaya (UM), MEc.Mgmt., UniversitiSains Malaysia (USM), BEc., Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)

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Curriculum Vitae(CV) - PDF

  • Applied Econometrics, Applied Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Energy Economics and Tourism Economics

Dr. Chor Foon TANG is a Senior Lecturer in Economics. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Economics from the University of Malaya UM).

In terms of teaching, Dr. Tang served as a tutor and/or lecturer at various higher education institutions in Malaysia since 2008. His expertise and research interests principally focus on Applied Econometrics, Applied Macroeconomics, Development Economics, Energy Economics and Tourism Economics.

Dr. Tang started his research activities in 2006 and he has published his research works in the ISI-Web of Science (ISI-WoS), Scopus and other indexed journals such as Applied Economics, Economics Modelling, Economia Politica, Economics Letters, International Review of Applied Economics, Tourism Management, Current Issues in Tourism, International Journal of Tourism Research, Energy Journal, Energy Economics, Energy Policy, etc. Additionally, he is also the reviewer and the editorial board member for a wide range of international and local scholarly journals.In light of his excellent academic achievement, he was awarded the USM Fellowship Scheme in 2009, the University of MalayaBright Sparks Scholarship in 2010 and won the UM Excellence Award 2012. Finally, he was ranked in the Top 25% Economists in Malaysia as well as in Asia by the Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) since 2010.

SELECTED RESEARCH

  1. Tang, C.F. (Principal Investigator) “Short-Term Research Grants”, Universiti Sains Malaysia, RM26,962.80 (2015 – 2017) – In Progress
  2. Tang, C.F. (Co-Researcher) “Research Acculturation Grant Scheme (RAGS)”, Ministry of Education, RM49,996 (2014 – 2016) – In Progress
  3. Tang, C.F. (Co-Researcher) “National Higher Education Research Institute (IPPTN) Research Grant”, Ministry of Education, RM220,000 (2012 – 2014) – Completed

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Articles in Journals:

  1. Tang, C.F. and Abosedra, S. (2015) “Tourism and growth in Lebanon: New evidence from bootstrap simulation and rolling causality approaches”, Empirical Economics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00181-015-0944-9 [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  2. Tang, C.F. and Tan, E.C. (2015)“Tourism-led growth hypothesis in Malaysia: Evidence based upon regime shift cointegration and time-varying Granger causality technique”, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10941665.2014.998247 [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  3. Tang, C.F. and Tan, E.C. (2015) “The relative contributions of domestic and foreign direct investments and exports to Malaysia’s economic growth?”, Singapore Economic Review, 60(2), 1550011 (20 pages). [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  4. Tang, C.F. and Tan, E.C. (2015) “Does tourism effectively stimulate Malaysia’s economic growth?”, Tourism Management, 46, 158-163. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  5. Tang, C.F., Lai, Y.W. and Ozturk, I. (2015) “How stable is the export-led growth hypothesis? Evidence from Asia’s Four Little Dragons”, Economic Modelling, 44, 229-235.
  6. Tang, C.F. and Tan, B.W. (2015) “The impact of energy consumption, income and foreign direct investment on carbon dioxide emissions in Vietnam”, Energy, 79, 447-454. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  7. Tang, C.F. (2015) “How stable is the savings-led growth hypothesis in Malaysia? The bootstrap simulation and recursive causality tests”, Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, 9(1), 1-17.
  8. Tang, C.F., Yip, C.Y. and Ozturk, I. (2014) “The determinants of foreign direct investment in Malaysia: A case for electrical and electronic industry”, Economic Modelling, 43, 287-292. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  9. Hosseini, S.M.P. and Tang, C.F. (2014) “The effects of oil and non-oil exports on economic growth: A case study of the Iranian economy”, Economic Research-Ekonomska Istrazivanja, 27(1), 427-441. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  10. Tang, C.F. and Abosedra, S. (2014) “Small sample evidence on the tourism-led growth hypothesis in Lebanon”, Current Issues in Tourism, 17(3), 234-246. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  11. Tang, C.F. and Abosedra, S. (2014) “The impacts of tourism, energy consumption and political instability on economic growth in the MENA countries”, Energy Policy, 68, 458-464. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  12. Tang, C.F. and Tan, B.W. (2014) “The linkages among energy consumption, economic growth, relative price, foreign direct investment, and financial development in Malaysia”, Quality & Quantity, 48(2), 781-797. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  13. Tang, C.F. and Tan, B.W. (2014) “A revalidation of the savings-growth nexus in Pakistan”, Economic Modelling, 36, 370-377. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  14. Tang, C.F. (2014) “The effect of real wages and inflation on labour productivity in Malaysia”, International Review of Applied Economics, 28(3), 311-322. [Indexed in Scopus]
  15. Tang, C.F. (2013) “A revisitation of the export-led growth hypothesis in Malaysia using the leveraged bootstrap simulation and rolling causality techniques”, Journal of Applied Statistics, 40(11), 2332-2340. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  16. Tang, C.F., Shahbaz, M. and Arouri, M. (2013) “Re-investigating the electricity consumption and economic growth nexus in Portugal”, Energy Policy, 62, 1515-1524. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  17. Tang, C.F. and Lean, H.H. (2013) “The role of savings on economic growth in Malaysia: A view from generalized variance decomposition analysis”, Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research, 47(3), 199-214. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  18. Tang, C.F. and Shahbaz, M. (2013) “Sectoral analysis of the causal relationship between electricity consumption and real output in Pakistan”, Energy Policy, 60, 885-891. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  19. Al-mulali, U. and Tang, C.F. (2013) “Investigating the validity of pollution haven hypothesis in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries”, Energy Policy, 60, 813-819. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  20. Tang, C.F.(2013) “Temporal Granger causality and the dynamics relationship between real tourism receipts, real income and real exchange rates in Malaysia”, International Journal of Tourism Research, 15(3), 272-284. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  21. Tang, C.F. (2013) “The linkage between stock price and economic growth in Australia: A chicken-and-egg paradox?”, Ekonomska Istrazivanja-Economic Research, 26(2), 99-116. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  22. Apergis, N. and Tang, C.F. (2013) “Is the energy-led growth hypothesis valid? New evidence from a sample of 85 countries”, Energy Economics, 38, 24-31. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  23. Chandran, V.G.R. and Tang, C.F. (2013) “The impact of transport energy consumption, foreign direct investment and income on CO2 emissions in ASEAN-5 economies”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 24, 445-453. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  24. Tang, C.F. and Tan, E.C. (2013) “How stable is the tourism-led growth hypothesis in Malaysia? A view from disaggregated tourism markets”, Tourism Management, 37, 52-57. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  25. Tang, C.F. and Tan, E.C. (2013) “Exploring the nexus of electricity consumption, economic growth, energy prices, and technology innovation in Malaysia”, Applied Energy, 104, 297-305. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  26. Chandran, V.G.R. and Tang, C.F. (2013) “The dynamic links between CO2 emissions, economic growth and coal consumption in China and India”, Applied Energy, 104, 310-318. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  27. Cheah, Y.K. and Tang, C.F. (2013) “The socio-demographic determinants of self-rated happiness: The case of Penang, Malaysia,” Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 54(1), 1-16. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  28. Tan, E.C. and Tang, C.F. (2013) “The extent of growth dependence of selected East Asia economies on the U.S.”, Global Economic Review, 42(1), 43-54. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  29. Tang, C.F. (2013) “A note on the health-growth nexus in Malaysia,” Journal of Health Management, 15(3), 345-352. [Indexed in Scopus]
  30. Tang, C.F. (2013)“Evidence on structural instability in the Japanese money demand function”, Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, 7(3), pp. 255-272.
  31. Tang, C.F. and Tan, E.C. (2012) “Electricity consumption and economic growth in Portugal: Evidence from a multivariate framework analysis”, Energy Journal, 33(4), 23-48. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  32. Tan, B.W. and Tang, C.F. (2012) “The dynamic relationship between private domestic investment, the user cost of capital, public investment, foreign direct investment and economic growth in Malaysia”, Economia Politica, 30(2), 221-245. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  33. Tang, C.F. and Chua, S.Y. (2012) “The savings-growth nexus for the Malaysian economy: A view through rolling sub-samples”, Applied Economics, 44(32), 4173-4185. [Indexed in ISI-WoS]
  34. Tang, C.F. (2012) “The non-monotonic effect of real wages on labour productivity: Evidence from the manufacturing sector in Malaysia”, International Journal of Social Economics, 39(6), 391-399. [Indexed in Scopus]
  35. Tang, C.F. and Ch’ng K.S. (2012) “A multivariate analysis of the nexus between savings and economic growth in the ASEAN-5 economies”, Margin: The Journal of Applied Economic Research, 6(3), 385-406.
  36. Tang, C.F. (2012) “The health-growth nexus for Malaysia: ARDL cointegration and Rao’s F-test for causality”, Asian Journal of Empirical Research, 2(1), 1-8.
  37. Ch’ng, K.S. and Tang, C.F. (2012) “Individual tradable permit market and traffic congestion: An experimental study”, Arts and Social Sciences Journal, 40, 1-8.

Selected Working Papers:

  1. Tang, C.F. (2011) “Tourism, economic growth and effective exchange rate in Malaysia”, FEA Working Paper No. 2011-4, Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya.
  2. Tang, C.F. (2011) “Tourism, real output, and real effective exchange rate in Malaysia: A view from rolling sub-samples”, MPRA Paper No. 29379, University Library of Munich, Germany.

TEACHING

  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics I
  • Statistics for Economics and Finance II
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Applied Statistics and Econometrics
  • Business Statistics

CURRENT SUPERVISION

  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.), Hylmee Matahir, Field of Research: Tourism and Development Economics, 2014/2015 (Main supervisor)
  2. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.), Mat Hashim Halim, Field of Research: Poverty and Micro-Credit, 2014/2015 (Co-supervisor)

AWARD

  • ScienceDirect Top 25 Hottest Articles (April to June 2013) for the Categories of Energy and also the Economic, Econometrics and Finance, Elsevier B.V. Amsterdam, the Netherland, 2013.
  • UM Excellence Award 2012 for Ph.D. Candidate with Highest Impact Publication, University of Malaya, 2012.
  • Bright Sparks Scholarship, University of Malaya, 2010 – 2013.

MARINE SCIENCES

dr saz Ph.D(Antarctic Science), University of Tasmania, Australia, B.Sc. and MSc. (Marine Science) Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

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  • Marine Microphytobenthos Ecology;Mariculture; Marine Biodiversity; Environmental Studies

SELECTED RESEARCH

  1. Impactof climate change: acclimatization, adaptation and recovery of sea-ice algae in extreme environments
  2. Marine Benthic Diatom Assemblages Along Sediment And Environmental Gradient
  3. Photosynthetic responses of microphytobenthos to elevated seawater temperature: A comparison between polar and tropical ecosystem
  4. Softcorals (Octocorallia:Alcyonacea) and nudibranchs (Gastropoda:Opisthobranchia) in Straits of Malacca, South China Sea, Sulu and Celebes Sea.
  5. Sustainability of fishing in Penang Island: Effects of development and climate change
  6. Creating Awareness Amongst Youth on The Importance of Mangrove Ecosystem in Penang

SELECTED PUBLICATION

  1. A.McMinn,C. Ashworth, R. Bhagooli, A. Martin, P.Ralph, K.Ryan and S. Salleh(2012). Antarctic coastal microalgal primary production and photosynthesis. Marine Biology 159(12):2827-2837.
  2. S.Salleh &A. McMinn (2011). Photosynthetic response and recovery of Antarctic marinebenthic diatoms exposed to elevated irradiances and temperatures. DOI10.1007/s00300-010-0943-4. Polar Biology 38:855-869.
  3. S.Salleh &A. McMinn (2011). The effects of temperature on the photosyntheticparameters and recovery of two temperate benthic microalgae, Amphora cfcoffeaeformis and Cocconeis cf sublittoralis (Bacillariophyceae). Journalof Phycology 47: 1413 - 1424.

CURRENT SUPERVISION

  1. Master,Akmal Izzati binti Abu Bakar, Field of Research: Warisan Nelayan: Kajian Kes Nelayan di Pulau Pinang
  2. Master,Aysha Mariam Binti Mohamed Javeed, Field of Research: The Ecological and Taxonomical Study of Benthic Harmful Algal Blooms
  3. Master,Michelle Glory G Jonik, Field of Research: The Effects of Light on the Photosynthesis and Recovery of Marine Plants
  4. Master,Nur Aqilah Binti Muhamad Darif, Field of Research: The Physiology and Ecology of Sea-Ice Algae

AWARD

  1. Young Scientist FellowshipAward for the Year 2013/2014 - Awarded by Sultan Mizan Antarctic Scheme.

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY

drsezali BA (Hons) Universiti Sains Malaysia; M.Sc. Universiti Sains Malaysia; PhD Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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  • Political Geography; Electoral Delimitation; Gerrymandering

SELECTED RESEARCH

  1. Sezali Md Darit.(PenyelidikBersama).Negotiating the Ethnic Divide in Multiethnic Secondary Schools(USM RUI Grant: 1 December 2013 - 30 November 2015).
  2. Sezali Md Darit.(Penyelidik Bersama).Kajian Projek Profil Bumiputera Negeri Pulau Pinang. 1 Februari 2014 - 30 Julai 2014. Geran Penyelidikan PERDA.

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Journal/Prosiding/Artikel

  1. ParentalChoice of Schooling, Learning Processes and Inter-Ethnic FriendshipPaterns: The Case of Malay Students in Chinese Primary Schools inMalaysia. Tan Yao Sua, Kamarudin Ngah, Sezali Md Darit,International Journal of Educational Development, 2012
  2. Hans-DieterEvers, Sezali Md Darit, Proceedings of the PIO Conference: TheMaritime Potential of Penang VI 2012
  3. Hans-DieterEvers, Sezali Md Darit, Penang Monthly, nov 2012

CURRENT SUPERVISION

  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Za'im Bin Ahmad , Field of Research: Tahap Kerisauan Jenayah dalam Konteks Keselamtan Awamdi Malaysia:Kajian Kes Negeri Pulau Pinang
  2. Master,Akmal Izzati binti Abu Bakar, Field of Research: Warisan Nelayan: Kajian Kes Nelayan di Pulau Pinang

AWARD

  1. AnugerahBiasiswa Persekutuan 1980-1984: Pengajian BSc. (USM)
  2. Anugerah Biasiswa USM1999-2001: Pengajian MSc. (USM)
  3. AnugerahBiasiswa USM2004-2007: Pengajian PhD. (UKM)
  4. AnugerahKhidmat Cemerlang 1994
  5. AnugerahKhidmat Cemerlang 2012

POLITICAL SCIENCE

drazeem Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) DePaul University Chicago, Illinois, USA, Masterof Arts Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya,Ph.D.Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya

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  • State-Society Relations, Democracy and Democratization in Malaysia

SELECTED RESEARCH

  1. "Issuesof Power, Gender and Family Relations in the Use of domestic Technologies : A Comparative Study of Lower Income and Middle Income Families inPenang." (Short-term grant; 2010 - ongoing)Team: Azrina Husin (Principle Investigator) and Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Refereed Journals

  1. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk. (2011) "The Limits of Civil Society inDemocratizing the State: The Malaysian Case" Kajian Malaysia(Journal of Malaysian Studies) Vol.29 No.1.
  2. AzeemFazwan and Azrina Husin. (2011) "Civic Education in an EmergingDemocracy: Students’ Experiences in Malaysia’s Projek Warga," Asian Social Science, Vol. 7. No. 3.
  3. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk. (2012) "Bureaucratic-Authoritarian State andEntrepreneurship: The Failure to Create a Bumiputera Commercial and Industrial Class in Penang Malaysia," Kajian Malaysia(Journalof Malaysian Studies), Vol. 30 No.1
  4. AzeemFazwan Ahmad Farouk and Mohamad Zaini Abu Bakar. (2009) "The Conceptof Peace in Malay Culture" Jurnal Social-Budaya dan Politik, Vol. VIII No. 1

Other Publications

  1. AzeemFazwan Ahmad Farouk, "Citizenship Education Comes First" The Sun, 10 December, 2013
  2. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2012/29 August, Merdeka From Western Dogma, too, New Straits Times
  3. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2012/October 3, Private v public power, The Sun
  4. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2011/ October 4 Making Sense PAS’s Move, The Sun
  5. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2011/July 5 Bersih and Democracy, New Straits Times
  6. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2011/August 18 Western Models Not Working, New Straits Times
  7. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2011/September 13 Mat Sabu erred twice over New Straits Times
  8. Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk, 2011/October 4 It May be a facade this time, New Straits Times

TEACHING

  • SPU206 Kerajaan dan Politik Malaysia (Malaysian Government and Politics)
  • SPU318EDemocratic Government
  • SEA205 Malaysian Studies
  • SHE101 Hubungan Etnik (Ethnic Relations)

CURRENT SUPERVISION

  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Ali Maksum, Field of Research: Defensive Realism dalam Hubungan Indonesia - Malaysia : Kajian Kes   Ambalat, Tarian Pendet dan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia (TKI)
  2. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Mehrzad Javadikouchaksarae, Field of Research: The Failure of the Oslo Process: The Crisis of Religious Nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  3. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Nur Hartini Binti Yaacop, Field of Research: Dampak Pusat Transformasi Bandarserta Darjah Ketersampaian Terhadap Masyarakat Sekitar
prof omar

Doctor of Philosophy (Politics & Government), University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom, Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours), University of Malaya, Malaysia, Certificate in Education, Malayan Teachers College, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Present Status:

Professor Centre for Policy Research and International Studies (CenPRIS) Universiti Sains Malaysia 11800 Penang, Malaysia
Concurrent Status: Professor Emeritus, Hiroshima City University University Address : Graduate School of International Studies, Hiroshima City University 3-4-1 Ozuka-Higashi, Asaminami-Ku,Hiroshima 731-3194 Japan This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Mobile : 0081-(0)90-6407-6261 (Japan)

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Books(Select List)

  • Omar Farouk(with Miichi, Ken) eds. Southeast Asian Muslims in the Era of Globalization, Palgrave-MacMillan, New York,U.S.A., 2015.
  • Omar Farouk (with Carol Rinnert and Inoue Hiroshi) eds. Hiroshima & Peace. Hiroshima: Keisuisha, 2010.
  • Omar Farouk Bajunid (with Hiroyuki Yamamoto) ed. Islam at the Margins: The Muslims of Indochina, Kyoto:Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University, 2008.
  • Omar Farouk Bajunid (with Akira Usuki and Yamagishi Tomoko) eds. Population Movement Beyond the Middle East: Migration, Diaspora and Network, JCAS Symposium Series 17, The Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, 2005
  • Omar Farouk Bajunid (with Mitsuo Nakamura and Sharon Siddique) eds. Islam and Civil Society in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2001
  • Omar Farouk Bajunid.The Dynamics of Islamisation, Arabisation and Localisation in the Malay World, Victoria: University of Wellington, New Zealand, 1998.

Articles(Select List)

  1. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “Islamic Education in Mainland Southeast Asia: The Dilemmas of Muslim Minorities” in Kamaruzzaman Bustamam-Ahmad and Patrick Jory, eds. IslamicStudies and Islamic Education in Contemporary Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur: Yayasan Ilmuwan, 2011.
  2. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Conflict in Thailand’s Deep South and Its International Implications” in College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Volume 5, 2009, pp. 40-57.
  3. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “Islam in the Japanese Media: Between Prejudices and Promises” in College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Volume 4, 2008, pp. 1-17
  4. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Malaysian Factor in the Prospects for Peace in Southern Thailand” in Imtiyaz Yusuf and Lars Peter Schmidt [eds.] Understanding Conflict and Approaching Peace in Southern Thailand, Bangkok: Konrad Adenaeur Stiftung, 2006.
  5. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “Asian Modernity and Islam in Malaysia: Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s Cultural Discourses and Political Strategies” in Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Jahrbuch 2004, Bielefeld: Transcript, 2005, pp. 123 – 140.
  6. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “Islam, Nationalism and the Thai State” in Wattana Sugannasil, ed., Dynamic Diversity in Southern Thailand, Chiangmai: Silkworm Books, 2005.
  7. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Place of Jawi in Contemporary Cambodia” in The Journal of Sophia Asian Studies, No. 20, 2002, pp. 123-148.
  8. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Muslims in Thailand: A Review” ,Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Southeast Asian Studies), Vol. 37, No.2, September 1999, pp. 210-234.
  9. Omar Farouk Bajunid. "Islam and State in Southeast Asia" in C van Dijk and A.H. de Groot, ed. State and Islam, Leiden, 1995, pp. 124-151.
  10. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Other Side of Bangkok: A Survey of Muslim Presence in Buddhist Thailand's Capital City" in Y. Tsubouchi, ed. The Formation of Urban Civilization in Southeast Asia, Kyoto: Kyoto University, 1992, pp. 11-43.
  11. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “Islamic Resurgence and Scholarship in ASEAN: Prospects and
  12. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Muslims in Southeast Asia" in Mohamed Ariff, ed., Islamic Banking in Southeast Asia, ISEAS, Singapore, 1988, pp. 5-33
  13. Omar Farouk Bajunid. "The Origins and Evolution of Malay-Muslim Ethnic Nationalism in Southern Thailand" in Taufik Abdullah and Sharon Siddique, ed., Islam and Society in Southeast Asia, 1986, pp. 250-281.
  14. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Indonesian Independence League in Bangkok: A Profile” in JEBAT, Journal of the Department of History, National University of Malaysia, No. 14, 1986, pp. 117-125.
  15. Omar Farouk Bajunid. “The Historical and Transnational Dimensions of Malay-Muslim Separatism in Southern Thailand” in Lim Joo Jock and Vani S., ed., Armed Separatism in Southeast Asia, ISEAS, Singapore, 1984, pp. 234-257.

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

  1. Professor, Hiroshima City University, Japan (April 1994 to March 2012).
  2. Professor, Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Deputy Vice Chancellor Albukhary International University, Malaysia (April 2012 to March 2014), Acting Vice Chancellor (July 2013 to March 2014).
  3. Visiting Professor Universiti Sains Malaysia (May 2014-May 2015)
  4. Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia (July 2015 – July 2017)
  5. Affiliated Fellow, ISIM and IIAS, Leiden (December 2006 - March 2007)
  6. Visiting Researcher , Waseda University (2010-2016)

SOCIAL SCIENCES

dr reevany

Bachelor of Arts (Sociology), Purdue University, U.S.; Master of Arts (Sociology), University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, US; Ph.D. (Sociology), London School of Economics and Political Science

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  • CSR, Ethnicity, Future Organizational Transformation

SELECTED RESEARCH

Research Grant : International

Project Head

  1. Principal Investigator, Malaysian Partner - SIDA (Swedish International Development Agency) European PI partner: Professor Goran Collste – Possibilities of Religious Pluralism (2007-2012). Total: RM 225,000 (SEK 1500000). Other researchers: Ellisha Nasruddin, Noraida Endut, Anika Rabo, Peter Gan.
  2. Principal Investigator, Malaysian Partner - SIDA (Swedish International Development Agency).– Comparative Perspectives on Migration - Indonesia, Malaysia and Sweden (2014-2016). Total: RM 28,000 (SEK 591). Other researchers: Elin Palm.

Research Grant : National

Project Head

  1. Head Researcher, ISIS (Institut Kajian Strategik dan antarbangsa) grant - Fellowship from Institute of Strategic and International Studies -- Foresight on national integration in Malaysia through futures perspective (2010 - December 2012). Total: RM 40,000.
  2. Head Researcher, Sub-project of Program Kesepaduan Sosial Negara, LRGS – Pembina atau Pembinasa: Kuasa Korporat dan Tanggungjawab Sosial Korporat (CSR) dalam membentuk Kesepaduan Sosial, (1/1/2012 – 31/12/2014). Total: RM 150,000.00 Program Head – Prof Ulung Dato’ Shamsul A.B.
  3. Head Researcher, Research University (RU) – “Tanggungjawab Sosial Korporat (CSR) dan Perbauran Komuniti Kilang dan Tempatan: Kajian Kes Pekerja Migran Indonesia di Multinasional, Pulau Pinang. Dari 1 Disember 2013-30 November 2015.

Co-researcher : International

  1. Co-researcher in Ethnics of Migration Research (2012).

Co-researcher : National

  1. Co-researcher for Action Plan for Muslim Enclave at UNESCO World Heritage Site, Georgetown, Penang for Think City (2012). Total: RM 100,000
  2. Kordinator kerja lapangan fasa ketiga bagi kawasan Parlimen Tasek Gelugor for KITA MESRA, UKM (May-July 2012) RM 10,000

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Research Publications

Book

  1. Reevany Bustami, Ellisha Nasruddin and Norman Blaikie (2013). LIMA FALSAFAH PENYELIDIKAN: Paradigma dan Strategi Penyelidikan untuk Sains Sosial dan Pengurusan

Monograph

  1. Reevany Bustami, Ellisha Nasruddin, Firuz Hussin, Foresight on National Disintegration of Social Cohesion: Dominion of Absolutism. 73 pages.

Journal: International

  1. Novel Lyndon, M. Reevany Bustami, Salfarina Gapor (2011). , “Persepsi kualiti hidup komuniti Bidayuh: Kajian perbandingan antara peserta dan bukan peserta program (Skim Pembangunan Kesejahteraan Rakyat) di Daerah Serian, Sarawak. “ In Geografia Online. Malaysian Journal of Society and Space 7. Special Issue: social and spatial challenges of Malaysian Development, 91-104.
  2. Sarmila Md Sum, Reevany Bustami and Salfarina Abd Gapor (2012). Usaha tanggungjawab social korporat (CSR) dalam meningkatkan keupayaan komuniti: Kajian Kes Perladangan Cili di Bukit Awang, Pasir Puteh, Kelantan. In Geografia Online. Malaysian Journal of Society and Space, 8 (5) pp. 1-13. ISSN 2180-2491.
  3. Ellisha Nasruddin, Reevany Bustami, Sohail Inayatullah (2011). “Transformative foresight. USM leads the way”. In Futures. The Journal of Policy, Planning and Futures Studies, 2011, 44, Special issue. Futures education: 36-45.

Journal: National

  1. Novel Lyndon,andMohammad Reevany Bustami,andSalfarina Abd Gapor,(2011)Persepsi kualiti hidup komuniti Bidayuh: kajian perbandingan antara peserta dan bukan peserta program (Skim Pembangunan Kesejahteraan Rakyat) di Daerah Serian, Sarawak. Geografia : Malaysian Journal of Society and Space, 7 (5 (special)). pp. 91-104. ISSN 2180-2491 http://journalarticle.ukm.my/view/creators/Mohammad_Reevany_Bustami=3A=3A=3A.html http://www.ukm.edu.my/geografia/v2/index.php?cont=v&item=2&art=215&ver=loc  
  2. Sarmila Md Sum ,andReevany Bustami ,andSalfarina Abd Gapor ,(2012)Usaha tanggung jawab sosial korporat (CSR) dalam meningkatkan keupayaan komuniti: kajian kes peladangan cili di Bukit Awang, Pasir Puteh, Kelantan (Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in elevating community capacity building: the case of chilli farming in Bukit Awang, Pasir Puteh, Kelantan). Geografia : Malaysian Journal of Society and Space, 8 (5). pp. 1-13. ISSN 2180-2491http://journalarticle.ukm.my/view/creators/Sarmila_Md_Sum=3A=3A=3A.html

Chapter in Research book: International

  1. Mohd Shahrul Imran Lim Abdullah and Reevany Bustami, (2012) “Evolution and Identity ofthe Kelantan Peranakan Chinese: Issues and Challenges”. In Navigating Through the Rainbow: Ethnic Identity Contestation & Harmonization. Linkoping University, Asiatic Research and Knowledge-Network (ARK). p. 101-143
  2. Bartoven Vivit Nurdin and Reevany Bustami, (2012) “Food Culture, Food Security and the Harmonization of Interethnic Groups: A Case Study of Karta Village in the Transmigration Area of Lampung Province, Indonesia”. ”. In Navigating Through the Rainbow: Ethnic Identity Contestation & Harmonization. Linkoping University, Asiatic Research and Knowledge-Network (ARK). p. 1-16

Proceeding: International

  1. Rizky Wisnoentoro and Reevany Bustami, “Indonesian CSR in Bifurcation: Obligation Versus Discretion”. In the 2nd ICBB and CSR-UN Conference. Paper presented in Kuta Bali. 2nd-3rd February 2012. pp. 196-202
  2. Diao Na and Reevany Bustami (2012) IS0 26000 and of Global Reporting Inisiative: A Thematic Comparative Analysis of Two CSR Standards. In the 2nd ICBB and CSR-UN Conference. Paper presented in Kuta Bali. 2nd-3rd February 2012. Pp 189-196
  3. Reevany Bustami, Reeza Bustami and Haris Badrin, 2012, Spiritualiti and Gerakan Sufi dalam Diaspora Melayu: Satu Analisis Penerokaan Tariqa Ahmadiyya, Malay Diaspora, School of Humanities, USM. Pp. 317-330.

Proceeding: National

  1. Mahadirin Hj. Ahmad, M. Reevany Bustami (2013). “Dari Jalanan ke Bilik Bicara”: Perubahan Mobilisi oleh Kesatuan Sekerja. In Persidangan Intelektual Kebangsaan Malaysia 2013, 17th – 18th April 2013, UPSI. Status: Abstract accepted.

CURRENT SUPERVISION

  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Ali Maksum, Field of Research: Defensive Realism dalam Hubungan Indonesia- Malaysia : Kajian Kes Ambalat, Tarian Pendet dan Tenaga Kerja Indonesia (TKI)
  2. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Bartoven Vivit Nurdin, Field of Research: Rekonstruksi Identitas dan Kekuasaan pada Etnik Lampung
  3. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Diao Na, Field of Research: Corporate Social Responsibilty Toward Diverse Workplace: A Case Study of Otis Elevator Company
  4. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Dina Miza binti Suhaimi, Field of Research: Policies and Pratices of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Vis-À-Vis Ethnic Social Cohesion:A Comparative Study Between Coastal and City Hotel Executives in Penang Island
  5. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Ebrahim Jamali Sousefi, Field of Research: Iranian Students Identity Challenges in Malaysia
  6. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Mehrzad Javadikouchaksarae, Field of Research: The Failure of the Oslo Process: The Crisis of Religious Nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  7. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Nefertari Arsad, Field of Research: Teaching IslamThrough Science: The Dynamics of Introducing Innovation And Paradigm Chanfe in Society
  8. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Nur Hartini Binti Yaacop, Field of Research: Dampak Pusat Transformasi Bandarserta Darjah Ketersampaian Terhadap Masyarakat Sekitar
  9. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Rizky Wisnoentoro, Field of Research: The Conundrum of ABank’s CSR Program: A Case Study of The Indonesian Bank BNI’s “Kampoeng BNI” In Rawa Belong Area, Jakarta
  10. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Somruedee Sanguankaew, Field of Research: Ethnic Cohesion in Southern Thailand: A Case Study of Thai-Buddhist Military Deployments and Malay-Muslim Communities in violent Areas
  11. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Taufan Teguh Akbari Field of Research: Youth Leadership in a Social Age Era: Understanding the Experience of Community - Based Organization Young Leaders in Urban Cities in Indonesia
  12. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Wong Teik Aun, Field of Research: Corporate Social Responsibilty (CSR): An Analysis of SmallBusinesses in Jelutong Market in Penang, Malaysia
  13. Master,Mohd Noordinie Bin Zulkernain, Field of Research:The Sociological Inquiry into the Bell Curves Ethnic Superiority Thesis: A Comparative Study on Cognitive Performances in Institutions of Higher

AWARD

Academic Awards (Recognition from a prestigious body for academic achievement

  1. Silver Medal in Malaysian Technology Exhibition (first entry from USM School of Social Science)
  2. Award for Outstanding Service (Anugerah sijil perkhidmtan cemerlang) : for year 2006 for School of Social Sciences with RM 1,000.00 monetary reward, awarded by Vice Chancellor
  3. Award for Excellent Teaching - Anugerah Prestasi Pengajaran Cemerlang, (for School of Social Sciences) (semester I 2007/2008)
dr tan

BA, M.Ed., Ph.D (USM).............................................................................................................................................................

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  • Educational Policy Analysis, Minority Education, Bilingual Education, Sociology of Education, Malaysian Chinese Studies

SELECTED RESEARCH

  1. Tan, Y.S.(Lead Researcher). Malay Students in Chinese Primary Schools: Choice of Schooling, Learning Processes and Friendship Patterns (USM Short-Term Grant: 1 November 2010 - 31 October 2012).
  2. Tan, Y.S.(Lead Researcher). Attitudes towards Learning and Counter-School Culture: The Case of Malaysian Upper Secondary School Students from Low SES Families (USM Short-Term Grant: 1 December 2011 - 31 November 2013).
  3. Tan, Y.S.(Lead Researcher). Food, Culture and Identity: Localization and Hybridization of the Terengganu and Kelantan Chinese Peranakan Foodways (FRGS Grant: 1 June 2012 - 31 May 2014).
  4. Tan, Y.S.(Lead Researcher). Negotiating the Ethnic Divide in Multiethnic Secondary Schools (USM RUI Grant: 1 December 2013 - 30 November 2015).

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Book

  1. Tan, Y.S. and Santhiram, R. (2014). Educational Issues in Multiethnic Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (ISBN 978-967-0630-07-6).
  2. an, Y.S.(2014) Pendidikan Cina di Malaysia: Sejarah, Politik dan Gerakan Perjuangan. Pulau Pinang: Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia (ISBN 978-983-861-619-5).

Book Chapter

  1. Santhiram, R. Raman and Tan, Y.S. (2013). Globalization and educational language policy in Malaysia: The Re-emergence of English as a medium of instruction and its impact on the nation building process. In Internationalization, Globalization and their Impact on Education, edited by Ryszard Kucha and Henryk Cudak, pp. 61-90. Lodz: Spoleczna Akademia Nauk (ISBN 978-83-62916-61-0).
  2. Tan, Y.S. (2014). Political participation and the Chinese education movement in Malaysia: The role of Lim Fong Seng. In Burang Tamen Du Huanghe: Lin Huangsheng Jinian Wenji [Essays in Honour of Lim Fong Seng], edited by Phoon Wing Kit, pp. 203-241. Kuala Lumpur: LLG Cultural Development Centre (ISBN 978-967-11616-4-7).

Monograph

  1. Tan, Y.S. and Kamarudin Ngah (2012). Pengekalan dan Penyebaran Budaya Cina di Sebuah Negeri Melayu: Peranan Pertubuhan Cina di Kuala Terengganu. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (ISBN 978-967-5832-66-6).
  2. Tan, Y.S. and Kamarudin Ngah (2012). Cina Peranakan Tirok Terengganu: Pengekalan dan Peralihan Identiti. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (ISBN 978-967-5832-70-3).
  3. Tan, Y.S. and Kamarudin Ngah (2013). Socio-historical Development of the Kampung Cina Settlement in Kuala Terengganu. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (ISBN 978-967-5832-81-9).
  4. Tan, Y.S., Kamarudin Ngah and Mohd Shah Imran Lim Abdullah (2014). Budaya Makanan Cina Peranakan Terengganu dan Kelantan: Penyelarasan Identiti dan Kontradiksi Dalaman. Petaling Jaya: Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (ISBN 978-967-0630-26-7).

Citation-Indexed Journal

  1. Tan, Y.S.(2012). Democratization of secondary education in Malaysia: emerging problems and challenges of educational reform. International Journal of Educational Development 32, 53-64 (ISI Journal).
  2. Tan, Y.S.(2012). Decolonization, educational language policy and nation building in plural societies: the development of Chinese education in Malaysia, 1950-1970. International Journal of Educational Development 32, 53-64 (ISI Journal).
  3. Tan, Y.S., Thock, K.P., Ngah, K, and Goh, S.K. (2012). Maintenance and propagation of Chinese culture in a Malay state: the roles of the Chinese associations in Terengganu. Asian Ethnicity 13(4), 441-467 (Scopus-cited Journal).
  4. Tan, Y.S., Ngah, K. and Md Darit, S. (2013). Parental choice of schooling, learning processes and inter-ethnic friendship patterns: the case of Malay students in Chinese primary schools in Malaysia. International Journal of Educational Development 33, 325-336 (ISI Journal).
  5. Tan, Y.S.(2013). The British educational policy for the indigenous community in Malaya 1870-1957: dualistic structure, colonial interests and Malay radical nationalism. International Journal of Educational Development, 33, 325-336 (ISI Journal).
  6. Tan, Y.S. and Ngah, K. (2013). Identity maintenance and identity shift: the Case of the Tirok Chinese Peranakan in Terengganu. Asian Ethnicity 14(1), 52-79 (Scopus-cited jJurnal).
  7. Tan, Y.S. and Teoh, H.S. (2014). Ethnic contestation and language policy in a plural society: the Chinese language movement in Malaysia, 1952-1967. History of Education 43(2), 251-268 (ISI Journal).
  8. Tan, Y.S. and Goh, S.K. (2014). International students, academic publications and world university rankings: the impact of globalization and responses of a Malaysian public university. Higher Education, doi:10.1007/s10734-014-9724-2) (ISI Journal).
  9. Tan, Y.S., Ngah, K. and Lim Abdullah, M.S.I. (2014). Negotiation of identity and internal contradictions: the Terengganu and Kelantan Peranakan foodways compared. Asian Ethnicity, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14631369.2014.937113 (Scopus-cited Journal).
  10. Tan, Y.S. and Teoh, H.S. (forthcoming). The development of Chinese education in Malaysia, 1952-1975: political collaboration between the Malaysian Chinese Association and the Chinese educationists. History of Education (ISI Journal).

TEACHING

Education and Development (PLG 515)(M.Ed.)

CURRENT SUPERVISION

  1. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.), Khofizhoah Mohd Karim, Field of Research: Impak Pembangunan Kepada Masyarakat Setempat: Kajian Kes di Pantai Cenang, Pulau Langkawi
  2. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Lee Sang Kem, Field of Research: Language Maintenance and Language Shift of a Marginalized Community: The Case of the Semai inPerak
  3. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Mohamad Sahizam Bin Musa, Field of Research: The Evaluation of Fisherman Development Policy Implementation in Malaysia: A Case Study of Kunita
  4. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Roziyana binti Jafri, Field of Research: Prestasi dan Amalan Modal Insan:Kajian Kes Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang (MPPP)
  5. Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.),Teh Pei Shan, Field of Research: Motivasi dan Kepuasan Kerja Terhadap Prestasi Kakitangan Awam (Motivation and Work Satisfaction Case Study MPPP)

AWARD

  1. Dr Ranjeet Bhagwan Singh Memorial Gold Medal, Universiti Sains Malaysia (4 August 1990)
  2. Excellence Service Award 1995, Ministry of Education
  3. Ministry of Education Scholarship (7 July 1997- 6 July 2000)
  4. Hadiah Sanggar Sanjung 2011, Universiti Sains Malaysia (penerbitan jurnal 2010)
  5. Hadiah Sanjungan 2011, Universiti Sains Malaysia (penerbitan jurnal 2010)
  6. Excellence Service Award 2010, Universiti Sains Malaysia
  7. Hadiah Sanjungan 2012, Universiti Sains Malaysia (penerbitan jurnal 2011
  8. Hadiah Sanggar Sanjung 2013, Universiti Sains Malaysia (penerbitan jurnal 2012)

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