College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Psychological Sciences
Dr. Kim studies the intersections of gender, culture, health, and psychological well-being in both domestic and international populations, with a specific interest in work and career. Current research topics include the work-family interface from a men and masculinity perspective, the efficacy of multicultural counseling training, and the psychological intervention for chronic pain. Dr. Kim received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a master's degree in Prevention Science and Practice from Harvard University.
Recent Scholarship: Kim, S., Ahn, T.Y., & Fouad, N.A. (2015). Family Influence on Korean Students' Career Decisions: A Social Cognitive Perspective. Journal of Career Assessment.