Grants and Awards
- CSLA Distinguished Women’s Award, 2003.
- CSLA Innovative Instructions Award to create courses on comparative ethnicity and diaspora with co-PIs who are chairs from Pan African Studies, Chicano Studies and Latin American Studies, 2001-2002.
- Ford Foundation’s Border Crossing Initiative to study “Revisioning Asian and Asian American Studies” at CSLA. (PI-Eri Yasuhara) Ngin served as Program Co-ordinator for five colloquia, 1998.
- National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Faculty Focus Grant to study “Chinese Diaspora in Southern California: Culture, Ethnicity, Community and Asian American Studies” 1996.
- James Shannon Grant — Awarded to RAND for Intergeneration Relations Project in Malaysia, Ngin was funded for research and to provide training in Malaysia and Indonesia, Summer, 1996.
- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Red Cross/Red Crescent and the Malaysian Government provided logistical support for Ngin’s work on refugees, Summer, 1986.
- World Health Organization, Task Force on Human Reproduction, Indigenous Fertility Regulating Method Project in Malaysia, 1976.