Andrew Z H Yee

Andrew Z H Yee

Faculty Early Career Award Fellow

Singapore University of Technology and Design


I am currently Faculty Early Career Award Fellow at the Singapore University of Technology and Design. My research focuses on understanding how social and technological environments shape the health and well-being of individuals. Currently, I am working on a number of research projects related to media use among children and youths and how it affects their well-being, parent-child communication and dietary preferences among children, as well as technological affordances for health. One major project I am working on right now is the collection and analysis of young people’s screenomes in Singapore, and identifying how different strains of media use affect youth well-being. A second major project I am working on is in understanding what constitutes high- versus low-quality digital media use for preschoolers.


  • Media and youth well-being
  • Parent-child communication
  • Health communication


  • PhD in Communication, 2019

    Nanyang Technological University

  • BA in Communication, 2014

    Nanyang Technological University


Media Use and Child and Adolescent Well-Being

These research projects aim to understand how media use and consumption affect children and adolescents’ health and well-being.

Parent-Child Communication and Food Preferences

In this project, I identify the features and theoretical processes behind effective parenting strategies in encouraging healthier food consumption among children.

Technology and Health Outcomes

This stream of research aims to understand how technology can be harnessed to improve individual health outcomes.


  • Singapore University of Technology and Design, 8 Somapah Road, Singapore, 487372