Dr. Stephanie Kim (she/her/hers) brings fifteen years of experience as a scholar, educator, author, and practitioner in higher education. At Georgetown University, she is Associate Professor of the Practice and Faculty Director of the Master's in Higher Education Administration in the School of Continuing Studies. She is also an affiliated faculty member with the Asian Studies Program in the School of Foreign Service.
A specialist in comparative and international higher education, Dr. Kim researches and writes about international students, higher education reform, and higher education policy in the United States and countries in Asia. Her work appears in a number of journals, edited volumes, policy venues, and media outlets and has received extensive press coverage. Her first book, Constructing Student Mobility: How Universities Recruit Students and Shape Pathways between Berkeley and Seoul, was published with the MIT Press in 2023 and received the Best Book Award from the Association for the Study of Higher Education Council on International Higher Education.
Prior to arriving at Georgetown, she held academic and administrative positions at UC Berkeley and received her Ph.D. in Education from UCLA. She has also held fellowships with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), East-West Center, and Fulbright Program.