Dean's List and Book Prizes




18 September 2015

HASS Awards Ceremony 2015 recognises more than 100 high-achieving HASS students

A total of 130 students from NTU College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences who have excelled academically in Academic Year 2014 received their awards from Dean Alan Chan on Friday 18 September 2015. 

The evening recognised student accomplishments in a range of categories, including overall academic and internship performance. The awardees, who are at various stages of their educational journey, hail from the School of Art, Design and Media (ADM), School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS), as well as the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI).


For students who emerge top 5% their cohorts

  • Dean’s List


Full list of the Dean's List students, please click here.

Awards for Final Year Students

  • Lotus on Water Book Prize
  • Wan Boo Sow Awards for Minor in Translation
  • Grant Taylor Memorial Book Prize
  • Annie Tan (Mrs Wan Boo Sow) Cash Award
  • Mr and Mrs Kwok Chin Yan Sociology Research Book Prize
  • Completion of second major


Awards for Existing Students

  • Wan Boo Sow Awards for Chinese Major Students
  • Wan Boo Sow Awards for Minor in Translation
  • Mr and Mrs Ang Soon Hian Book Prize
  • EU Centre Book Prize
  • HSS Book Prize (CHINESE)
  • HSS Book Prize (ECONOMICS)
  • HSS Book Prize (ENGLISH)
  • HSS Book Prize (HISTORY)
  • HSS Book Prize (PSYCHOLOGY)
  • HSS Book Prize (SOCIOLOGY)


For WKWSCI Students

  • Professional Internship Certificate (Top 10% to receive Certificates of Commendation)
Senior members of College staff, including the Dean, Associate Chairs of Schools and senior administrators, welcomed some 350 parents and students to celebrate the students’ achievements. This year’s event saw the biggest turnout yet ever since the Awards Ceremony inaugurated in 2012.
Do visit this page again for the full list of awardees and pictures taken at the Ceremony, which will be uploaded in due course.
Once again, well done, HASS students. We are proud of your achievements!