Publications & Conference Presentations

PUBLICATION

Kang, H.-S., Kim, E.-J., & Park, S. (2019). Multicultural teaching efficacy and cultural intelligence of teachers: the effects of learning goal orientation and training readiness. International Journal of Educational Management. Vol. 33 No. 2, pp. 265-275.


Kim, E., Park, S. and Kang, H.-S. (2019). Support, training readiness and learning motivation in determining intention to transfer, European Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 43 No. 3/4, pp. 306-321.


Park, S., Kang, H-S., & Kim, E. (2018). Does supervisor support make a difference in employees'

training and job performance? European Journal of Training and Development, 42(1/2), 55-74.

Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Borchert, M., Cornachione, E., Cseh, M., Kang, H., Oh, S., Rozanski, A., Tynaliev, U., Zav’jalova, E. (2011). Work meaning among mid-level professional employees: A study of the importance of work centrality and extrinsic and intrinsic work goals in eight countries. Asian Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 49(3), 264-284.


Kang, H.-S. (2011). The relationship between a sense of community and family factors and expatriate adjustment. Dissertation. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Kuchinke, K. P., Cornachione, E. B., Oh, S.-Y., & Kang, H.-S. (2010). All work and no play? The meaning of work and work stress of mid-level managers in the United States, Brazil, and Korea. Human Resource Development International, 13(4), 393-408.

                          

Kuchinke, K.P., Kang, H.-S., & Oh, S.-Y. (2008). The influence of work values on job and career satisfaction, and organization commitment among Korean professional level employees. Asia Pacific Education Review, 9(4), 552-564.​


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


Kang, H.-S., Nakamura, K. (July, 2019). Global Explorations in Art Project: Developing a Cross-Cultural Learning Model through the Partnerships among Schools, Museums and Universities. Proceedings of the 35th World Congress of the Int’l Society for Education Through Art in Seoul, Korea

Kang, H.-S., Nakamura, K., & Manifold, M. (August, 2017). Global Explorations in Art Project: Developing a Cross-Cultural Learning Model through the Partnerships among Schools, Museums and Universities. Proceedings of the 35th World Congress of the Int’l Society for Education Through Art in Seoul, Korea

Kim, E.-J., Park, S., & Kang, H.-S. (August 2017). Does Supervisor Support Make a Difference in Employees' Training and Job Performance? Proceedings of the Academy of Management 2017 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA. 

Kang, H.-S., Hamlin, G. R. (November, 2014). Perceived managerial and leadership effectiveness in a national defense section within the public sector in South Korea. 13th International Conference of the Asia Chapter of Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) in Seoul, Korea.

Kang, H.-S. (November, 2013). The Implications of the human resource development of the professional development of K-12 teachers through the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia. Academy of Human Resource Development in Asian Chapter Conference in Taipei, Taiwan.

Kang, H.-S., & Kuchinke, K. P. (November, 2012). The relationship between culture, family factors, and expatriate adjustment. Academy of Human Resource Development in MENA and Asian Chapter Conference in Istanbul, Turkey.

Kang, H.-S. (February, 2011). A sense of community and expatriate adjustment. Academy of Human Resource Development Conference in Americas in Chicago, USA.

Kang, H.-S. & Kuchinke, K. P. (November, 2010). The role of non-work factors in expatriate adjustment. Academy of Human Resource Development in Asian Chapter Conference in Shanghai, China.

Kang, H.-S., & Kuchinke, K. P. (December, 2009). A case study of the informal activities associated with the process of cross-cultural adjustment of Korean expatriates at the M electronics company. Academy of Human Resource Development in MENA Chapter Conference in Bahrain.

Kang, H.-S., & Kuchinke, K. P. (November, 2008). Humility in human resource development. Academy of Human Resource Development in Asian Chapter Conference in Bangkok, Thailand.

Kuchinke, K.P., Kang, H.-S., & Oh, S.-Y. (November, 2007). The influence of work values on job and career satisfaction, and organization commitment among Korean professional level employees. Academy of Human Resource Development in Asian Chapter Conference in Beijing, China. 

 


Awards

  • 2018 Outstanding Higher Ed. Art Educator of Indiana award, The Art Association of Indiana (AEAI), for outstanding artistic achievement and service in education, October 2018

  • Monica M. Lee Research Excellence Award, Academy of Human Resource Development Conference, for the outstanding Human Resource Development International article in each annual volume, March 2011

  • Hardie Dissertation Award, College of Education, University of Illinois, May 2011

  • The Nelle Signor Scholarship Award, University of Illinois, study abroad program in Korea, Office of the Associate Provost for International Affairs, International Programs and Studies, November 2010

  • The M. Ray and Frances Karnes Scholarship Award, College of Education, University of Illinois, for the student showing high potential for leadership, exceptional capacity for problem-solving, and a genuine interest in experimentation and exploration, August 2010

  • International Maria Gratton Award, University of Illinois, for an international student who is a women of great spirit, May 2010

  • Represented the University of Illinois in the “Japanese Speaking Contest,” Japanese Consulate, Chicago, April 1995

  • Rated as an Excellent Teacher by students in International Human Resource Development (HRE 536), University of Illinois, Fall 2011

  • Rated as an Outstanding Teacher by students in Korean 204, University of Illinois, Spring 1994, Spring 1995

  • Rated as an Excellent Teacher by students in Korean 205, University of Illinois, Fall 1993, Fall 1994

 


Funding / Grants

  • 2019-2020: Principal Investigator (PI) Secured $75,000            National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation

  • 2019-2020: (PI) Secured $159,084 National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation

  • 2018-2022: Title VI, National Resource Center (NRC) Program and Foreign Language and Area

  • Studies (FLAS) Fellowship Program, U.S. Department of Education. Secured $270,000 (NRC) and $340,000 (FLAS) for 2018-2019 as the consortium with University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • 2018-2019: (PI) Secured $160,000 National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation

  • 2018-2019: (PI) Secured $11,750 Arts and Cultural Exchange Program Korea Foundation,

  • 2017-2018: (PI) Secured $298,000 National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation

  • 2014-2018: (PI) Secured $450,000 as the consortium with University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Title VI, National Resource Center, U.S. Department of Education

  • 2015-2016: (PI) Secured $310,032. National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation

  • 2015: (PI) Secured $45,300  Korea Corner Project, Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Chicago

  • 2015: Secured $7,400 Korean Art and Educational event, Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Chicago

  • 2016: (PI) Secured $2,000 Korean Cultural Festivals at U.S. University Grant from the Korea Foundation Washington          D.C. Office

  • 2014: (PI) Secured $2,000 Korean Cultural Festival at U.S. University Grant from the Korea Foundation Washington D.C. Office

  • 2013-2014: $289,750 National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation

  • 2012: National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation, 2012-2013: $305,000

  • 2011: National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Freeman Foundation, 2011-2012: $305,000

 

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