Professor Tommy Koh
Dr Kelvin Pang


Dr Connor Graham
Director of Studies
Dr Margaret Tan
Director of Programmes

Residential Fellows

Mr Shamraz Anver
Dr Liz Chee
Dr Céline Coderey
Dr Eric Kerr
Dr Kuan Yee Han
Professor Tay Yong Chiang


Ms Coleen Angove
Dr Joon Chuah
Associate Professor Gregory Clancey
Dr Jeremy Fernando
Dr Michael Grainger
Dr Hah Sixian
Associate Professor Prakash Hande
Associate Professor Lina Lim
Dr Seow Nianjia
Dr Shiori Shakuto
Dr John van Wyhe
Ms Michelle Yee

Associate Fellows

Ms Bertha Henson
Associate Professor Suzaina Kadir
Associate Professor John Phillips
Associate Professor Lonce Wyse
The Tembusu (Fagraea fragrans) is a large evergreen tree in the family Gentianaceae. It is native to Southeast Asia. Its trunk is dark brown, with deeply fissured bark, looking somewhat like a bittergourd. It grows in an irregular shape from 10 to 25m high. Its leaves are light green and oval in shape. Its yellowish flowers have a distinct fragrance and the fruits of the tree are bitter tasting red berries, which are eaten by birds and fruit bats.