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About Kyung-hwa Kim, Ph.D.

Dr. Christine Kim is a native of South Korea. Before joining the academic world, she worked as an interpreter for Korean national and local governments and as a simultaneous interpreter in various settings. During her career as an interpreter, she worked closely with the former Mayor of Seoul and the Prime Minister of Korea. In that capacity, she met with many global leaders and celebrities, including U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan, U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Jackie Chan, and governors and mayors of major capital cities around the world. She has also traveled extensively and engaged in various international affairs and activities.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of International Studies, Cedarville University Department of History and Government
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Education

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2017 Ph.D., Syracuse University
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2005 M.A., Syracuse University
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1998 M.A., Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
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1993 B.A., Korea National Open University
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Contact Information

Department of History and Government
Cedarville University
HRS 113
(937)766-7877

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