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Faculty
Faculty

Sue Kim

Adjunct Faculty in Korean Language and Culture

  • World Languages & Cultures
  • College of Arts & Sciences

Biography

Professor Sue Kim is a lecturer of Korean language and culture. She received her Master's degree in Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She teaches Korean for U.S Government personnel and agencies and specializes in language testing and curriculum development. Professor Kim is currently teaching Korean language and Korean Culture at Foreign Service Institute, U.S Department of State. She is a member of National Language Service Corp-Korean Linguist, and has also served as a selection panel for the Critical Langauge Scholarship Program. Her Office is located in Locke Hall 360.

Education & Expertise

Education

Education

M.A
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2001

Education

B.S
Ewha Woman's University

Academics

Academics

Korean I

Korean II

Korean III

Korean IV

Korean Culture

Oral Expression in Korean

Research

Research

Specialty

The Effect of Culture in Learning Languages, Korean Language Testing and Curriculum Development