Associate Professor of Graphic Communications
Advisor of Graphic Design Club
Kristine Kim is a graphic designer, researcher and an educator who delivers cutting edge and innovative creations. Kim’s research focuses on improving communication with fundamentals of design and the most advanced technology through digital publishing designs and Augmented Reality. She is an award winning designer and has presented her research at regional, national and international conferences along with exhibiting her work internationally. With a Master of Fine Arts in Computer Graphic Design from Rochester Institute of Technology, Kim is still pursuing her passion, teaching and sharing her knowledge and work experiences from Kodak & web, advertising, and design consulting companies, with her students. In addition to teaching, Kim enjoys working on projects for non-profit organizations and pro bono projects. Using her innovative design skills, she creates prints by reusing used paper, and artwork with old magazines and toilet paper rolls because she wants to leave a positive, sustainable impact on current environmental issues. She strongly believes that her creative graphic and interactive design work will influence our daily lives and contribute to a better society.
Associate Professor / Graphic Communications
Advisor / Graphic Design Club
School of Art and Design
College of The Arts