Sejin Kim

Office Location: U855

Professor Kim taught Professional Communication, Specialized Writing, and Media in Society at Colorado State University (CSU). During the 2013-14 academic year, he was chosen as an International Presidential Fellow and taught International Mass Communication. He recently enjoyed teaching Publicity and Media Relations in Spring 2015 & 2016 at CSU. Currently, Professor Kim is teaching Analysis of Argument, Intercultural Communication, and Strategic Communication Theory & Practice at the University of Utah Asia Campus.

His current research interests pertain to strategic message design, persuasion, information processing, and public communication campaigns. Professor Kim was honored to be the recipient of CSU’s Programs for Research and Scholarly Excellence Fellowship for 2011-2012. He has published several book chapters and journal articles, and also presented papers at various national and international conferences. Ultimately, he would like to contribute to the creation of more effective messages in strategic communication as well as identifying appropriate channels for current and future communications campaigns.

Professor Kim and his wife are raising fraternal twins, Noah and Liam (born in February of the year 2016). He and his wife now have one more special reason to positively contribute back to our global community. Professor Kim enjoys visiting beautiful national monuments/parks and meeting new friends from different parts of the world.