Kim is responsible for teaching numerous communication courses in public relations, campaign management and research methods to undergraduate and graduate students. Kim also serves on several committees, such as the graduate committee for the School of Communication, the search committee for the School of Communication and serves as liaison for the department of undergraduate research and creative work at HPU.
Kim has been cited in many scholarly works, including journal publications, book chapters, manuscripts, conference papers and more.
“I have diverse and international backgrounds,” says Kim. “Based on my experiences, I hope to bring unique insights on important matters and better serve the needs of both students and the university.”
Before joining High Point University, Kim completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania and worked as an associate director in the Documentary Production Division of the New York Bureau of the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS).
Kim earned a Bachelor of Arts at Korea University in Seoul, Korea, where she majored in journalism and mass communication. She holds a Master of Arts in telecommunications from Indiana University-Bloomington, as well as a doctorate of mass communications with minors in educational psychology and business from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.