Bio and CV
- Yeo SJ (2019) Urban Informality and the City at Night. In: Banerjee T and Loukaitou-Sideris A (eds) The New Companion to Urban Design. New York: Routledge, pp. 163-174.
- Fung JC, Heng CK, and Yeo SJ (2019) Urban Environment. In: Phua KH, Goh LG, and Yap MT (eds) Ageing in Asia: Contemporary Trends and Policy Issues. Singapore: World Scientific, pp. 219–240.
- Heng CK and Yeo SJ (2017) Singapore Chronicles: Urban Planning. Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies (NUS) and Straits Times Press.
- Yeo SJ, Ho KC, and Heng CK (2016) Rethinking Spatial Planning for Urban Conviviality and Social Diversity: A Study of Nightlife in a Singapore Public Housing Estate Neighbourhood. Town Planning Review 87(4): 379-399.
- Heng CK and Yeo SJ (2016) Towards Greater Sustainability and Liveability in an Urban Age. In: Heng CK (ed) 50 Years of Urban Planning in Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific, pp. 237-303.
- Heng CK and Yeo SJ (2016) Singapore: Physical Planning and Development. In: Janches F, Amette R, Jaimes C, and Corti M (eds) From Knowledge to Development: New University Challenges for a Contemporary Urban Development. Argentina: Universidad de Buenos Aires, pp. 114-141.
- Yeo SJ and Heng CK (2014) An (Extra)ordinary Night Out: Urban Informality, Social Sustainability, and the Nighttime Economy. Urban Studies 51(4): 712-726.
- Yeo SJ, Hee L, and Heng CK (2012) Urban Informality and Everyday (Night)life: A Field Study in Singapore. International Development Planning Review 34(4): 349-370.
Dr. Su-Jan Yeo joined SCARP in November 2016 as Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow, which evolved into her current role as Lecturer. An urban specialist with early career training in Canada and public sector planning experience in Singapore, Su-Jan immerses in activities positioned at the multiscalar intersections of society, public policy, and the city. More specifically, her areas of interest include: urban cultures and economies in transition; social sustainability; public space and placemaking; neighbourhood and community planning; visual methods; pedagogy and curriculum design in planning education.
Personal Website www.theurbaniststudio.com