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Dr. Chang-Soo Kim, professor of electrical and computer engineering, joined graduate education as a faculty fellow. The purpose of a faculty fellow is to connect eligible faculty to funding opportunities with focus on graduate student support. This task includes the creation of an up-to-date list of sources for graduate student support with focus on foundations, disseminating funding information, seminars, informing and mentoring target audiences to seek graduate student support, and working collaboratively with the director of graduate and international admissions to enhance the recruitment of graduate students to Missouri S&T.
Kim’s research interests include microsystem technologies, associated instrumentation and their applications to medical, biological and environmental monitoring. He won a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award in 2008. He has served as principal investigator on many federal grants funded by NASA, NSF, the National Institutes of Health and the U. S. Department of Agriculture. He participates in interdisciplinary education and research activities, including the biomedical engineering minor program and the Ozark Biomedical Initiative.
Kim earned a Ph.D. from Kyungpook National University. In 2002, he joined S&T as an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering and is currently serving as the department’s associate chair of research and graduate coordinator.