Sang Kim has served as the director of the MU Asian Affairs Center and Missouri International Training Institute since September 2004, and as director of the MU Confucius Institute since November 2015. From 1998, he served in the Asian Affairs Center as the Korean program coordinator, assistant director, associate director and interim director.
Before joining the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Hieyoon Kim taught at Brown University where, in addition to offering courses, she spent a year as the Sheridan Junior Faculty Teaching Fellow. At UW-Madison, she teaches a broad range of classes, including courses on Korean film and popular culture. Yi Yŏngil and Korean Film.
Department of Asian Languages & Literature University of Washington 225 Gowen Hall Box 353521 Seattle, WA 98195-3521.
Susie Kim joined the Department of East Asian Studies in 2019 as a lecturer for the Korean Language Program. She earned her Ph.D. in Second Language Studies (2019) from Michigan State University, where she taught various levels of Korean language courses for three years. She received her B.A. in English and M.Ed.
Kim, Jiyoung (2013). “The use of the Korean imperfective –ko iss- in discourse,” presented at International Conference on Current Issues in Korean Linguistics and Language Pedagogy co-hosted by University of Hawaii at Manoa and Korea University, Korea University, November 2-3, Occupation: Lecturer.