OG Department Stores – Mr Tay Tee Peng Distinguished Undergraduate Student Awards
The OG Department Stores – Mr Tay Tee Peng Distinguished Undergraduate Student Award is awarded annually to recognize existing undergraduate students in the College who have demonstrated excellence in academic studies, leadership ability and contributions to the community.
Chua Song Lin
is a third year College scholar of the Environmental Earth Systems Science
programme. He believes in contributing to the society and has therefore
represented Singapore in ASEAN events like the Youth of South East Asia Leaders
Initiative regional workshop, as well as the ASEAN Biology Camp in Thailand.
Aspiring to be an
entrepreneur, Song Lin would like to create awareness for the Mekong Delta
environmental crisis through a videomaking workshop.
Report of the completed project can be viewed here.
Ezekiel Cheong Ze Ken
the Biological Sciences with Second Major in Biomedical Structural Biology
programme in 2017 and is now a second year student. As a Youth Leader for more
than 6 years, he has mentored and impacted many young children.
this award, Ezekiel will be organizing an outdoor excursion for the children
from low-income families. Apart from bringing joy to these children, he would also
like to educate them on nature and animals through visits to the Zoo, River
Safari or the Bird Park.
Lin Min Htoo
Min Htoo is a CN Yang Year 2 Scholar studying in the
Chemistry and Biological Chemistry programme. He is actively involved in the
NTU Student Union, Ukelele Club, Chinese Orchestra, to name a few. He was also
the committee Vice Chairperson for this year’s CN Yang Scholars Graduation
Min Htoo would like to reach out to the migrant
workers community in Singapore. He aimed to organise a structured interacting
session between these migrant workers and the Singapore students. This provides
an opportunity for the students to better understand them while also making
them feel welcomed.
is a third year Nanyang Scholar in the Biological Sciences with Second Major in
Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology programme. He is currently the Centre Head
of NTU Welfare Services Club and is also actively volunteering under the Fei
Yue Community Services Centre.
to pursue postgraduate studies in healthcare-related research, Biaoguo plans to
organise a first aid training workshop for the underprivileged youths in
Singapore. The ultimate aim is to equip these youths with the abilities to
respond to emergencies.