CJ Koh Professorial Lecture Series was launched by the Office of Education Research on 1 March 2011. It was conceptualised for the purpose of knowledge building and sharing with our internal, external and international stakeholders in education, who can benefit from the information shared during each CJ Koh Professorship visit. Since 2016, the Professorship and Lecture Series have since been moved under the purview of the Office of Strategic Planning and Academic Quality.
About the CJ Koh Professorship in Education
Each year, outstanding professors in the field of education are hosted by the National Institute of Education under the CJ Koh Professorship in Education programme. The CJ Koh Professorship has been made possible through a generous donation by the late Mr Ong Tiong Tat, executor of the late lawyer Mr Koh Choon Joo’s (CJ Koh) estate, to the Nanyang Technological University Endowment Fund.
Previous visitors have included Marilyn Cochran-Smith from Boston College (in 2006), Susan Fuhrman from Teachers College, Columbia University (2009), Robin Alexander from University of Cambridge (2010), Andy Hargreaves from Lynch School of Education, Boston College (2011), Andreas Schleicher from OECD (2011), Ruth Hayhoe from University of Toronto (2012), John Seely Brown from University of Southern California (2012), Linda Darling-Hammond from Stanford University (2013), Dennis Shirley from Lynch School of Education, Boston College (2014), Fernando Reimers from Harvard Graduate School of Education (2015), Richie Poulton from Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Research Unit (2017) and Pam Grossman from Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania (2018).
For enquiries, please e-mail the Series Editor, Associate Professor Chang Chew Hung at firstname.lastname@example.org.