The US admissions scandal shows that perceptions of opportunity are narrowing, Times Higher Education, March 28, 2019


US College Degrees Lose Mystique among Asian Students, Nikkei Asian Review, May 15, 2018

Feeling Unwelcome in Korea, Inside Higher Ed, March 17, 2016

Foreign Academics in Korea: Disempowered and Ready to Leave? Times Higher EducationMarch 15, 2016

UC버클리 CKS 새디렉터 스테파니 김씨 [Stephanie Kim, New Director of the UC Berkeley Center for Korean Studies], The Korea Times in San Francisco, April 17, 2015


Korea Questions: Does Korea offer lessons for the US college admissions scandal? USC Korean Studies Institute, May 16, 2019

“It’s a story of corruption….it is also a story of the lengths to which families will go to ensure access to elite universities for their children, a story that has played out in South Korea.” Stephanie K. Kim discusses the US admissions scandal in relation to the extreme competition over entry into elite higher education in South Korea.

In Focus: Study Abroad, Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, March 5, 2019

An interview with Dr. John Lucas, President and CEO of International Student Exchange Programs (ISEP), the world’s largest exchange consortia, about the benefits of study abroad.

In Focus: International Branch Campuses, Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, September 27, 2018

An interview with Amol Dani, CFO of Georgetown University Main Campus and former COO of Georgetown University in Qatar, about the future of international branch campuses.

In Focus: Higher Education and the Labor Market, Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, April 30, 2018

An interview with Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale, Director of Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce, about the relationship between higher education and the labor market.

In Focus: Leadership in Higher Education, Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, March 13, 2018

An interview with Dr. Kelly Otter, Dean of Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies, about what makes a good leader in higher education.