Kim has worked as a professional social worker at several social work agencies, including Asian Service, Inc., in Cleveland, Ohio; the Center for Homelessness in Korea; the Community Welfare Center in Korea; and the corporate social responsibility department in SK Telecom in Korea.
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Seonghee Cho joins the Department of Psychology as an assistant professor in industrial and organizational psychology, specifically personality psychology, selection research methods and occupational health psychology.
Cho’s research focuses primarily on individual differences and health in the workplace.
Some of her publications have appeared in such top journals as New Media & Society, International Journal of Communication, Public Relations Review and Asian Journal of Communication.
She has also received awards and honors from global institutions including the Institute of Public Relations and PRIME research, and has acted as the principal investigator in eight grants including the Arthur Page Johnson Legacy Scholar Grant.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomes a dozen new tenure-track faculty to its ranks for the 2017-18 year.
Their scholarship and research interests range from race and immigration to organizational health psychology and urban food systems of the ancient world. Beare’s research investigates sites and practices of rhetorical activity that are undervalued.He is the author of Philosophy of African American Studies: Nothing Left of Blackness (Palgrave, 2015).His other publications include a co-authored book, two co-edited books and more than 15 scholarly articles. Mc Clendon, he is currently writing a book entitled African American Philosophers and Philosophy: An Introduction to the History, Concepts and Contemporary Issues for Bloomsbury.Prior to joining NC State, Kim taught at Monmouth University School of Social Work as an assistant professor.He has also taught at Rutgers University School of Social Work and Indiana University School of Social Work.Sung-Ju Kim joins the Department of Social Work as an assistant professor.