Dr. Stephanie Kim is Assistant Professor of the Practice and Faculty Director of Higher Education Administration at Georgetown University, USA. She brings over a decade of experience as a scholar, educator, and academic leader in global higher education.
As a scholar, she is interested in the intersections of globalization and higher education reform. Her research examines how nations, institutions, and individuals aspire to “global” status while also being shaped by global processes themselves. Her scholarship appears in a number of journals and edited volumes, and she is currently working on a book project on higher education reform and evolving international student mobility patterns between the United States and South Korea. She has received various awards for her work, including prestigious fellowships from the Korea Foundation and the US Fulbright program.
At Georgetown University, she directs a master’s program in higher education administration and teaches courses in global higher education, higher education policy, and organization and administration in higher education. Outside of Georgetown, she holds leadership positions in the Comparative and International Education Society and the Fulbright Association. She completed her Ph.D. in Education at the University of California, Los Angeles.