Professor Kim Reimann receives OII Faculty Award for Global Engagement 2014
Dr. Kim DoHyang Reimann, Associate Professor in Political Science and Director of the Asian Studies Center at GSU, is the 2014 recipient of the Office of International Initiative’s (OII) Faculty Award for Global Engagement.
This award “honors and recognizes outstanding academic and service accomplishments and contributions to international education by Georgia State University faculty.” It presented as part of award ceremonies held during International Education Week in November.
Since taking the position as the Director of the Asian Studies Center in 2010, Dr. Reimann has organized and/or attended more than 80 events on campus related to Asia/Asian-Americans, has served as adviser and program director for the Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies degree in Asian Studies, has served as Chair of the university-wide Korea Task Force, has led the expansion of college and university programs in Chinese studies and Korea studies, has promoted student engagement as adviser of the Asian Studies Club, and has been active in the local Asian American community serving on numerous boards of community organizations and participating in community events. She has also directed exchange programs with Ewha Womans University and Hanyang University since 2006 and has participated in several university delegations to Korea since 2010. She has been recognized for her community activism by the Georgia Asian Times as the recipient of GAT’s “Community Spirit Award” in 2013.
For more information on GSU international education awards, go to: http://international.gsu.edu/initiatives/iew/awards/