Dr. Stephanie K. Kim brings over a decade of experience as a scholar and educator in the field of comparative and international higher education.She researches and writes about internationalization reforms, student mobility, and comparative higher education policy.
Dr. Stephanie K. Kim brings over a decade of experience as a scholar and educator in the field of comparative and international higher education.
She researches and writes about internationalization reforms, student mobility, and comparative higher education policy. Her work appears in a number of journals, edited volumes, and media outlets. She is currently writing a book, titled Global Student Pipeline (under contract with MIT Press), that is about higher education reform and international student mobility in the post-recession era.
Dr. Kim is a faculty member at Georgetown University, where she is Assistant Professor of the Practice in the School of Continuing Studies and the inaugural Faculty Director of the Master's in Higher Education Administration.
Additionally, she serves the Journal of International Students as Associate Editor. She is also a former Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) U.S.-Korea NextGen Scholar and Fulbright Fellow to South Korea.
Prior to arriving at Georgetown University, she held academic and administrative positions at the University of California, Berkeley and received her Ph.D. in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2014.
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Updated Tuesday, July 20th, 2021 at 12:35 PM EDT
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