Gloria obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Minor in Theatre Studies from the National University of Singapore. She is currently in-charge of managing the centre’s administrative and logistic matters.
She is interested in understanding the neural mechanisms underlying learning and memory, as well as the mediating roles of emotion and motivation. She is also keen in understanding classroom dynamics and the ways technology can alter pedagogy and student learning process.
Gloria enjoys learning about other countries’ culture, traditional and contemporary theatre art forms and gastronomy. She has proactively joined a number of intercultural exchange programmes and is currently studying both Japanese and Korean.
Research Interest in the Science of Learning and Education
Cognitive neuroscience; environment and perception; technology; learning process
Data and information organisation, management, synthesis and analysis