Core Faculty

James F. Larson, DTS Chair, Professor, Ph.D., Stanford University: Communication
Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D); Korea’s ICT-led Development; Global Marketing; New Media and Public Policy; Television and Media in the Olympics

Anthony Pennings, DTS Associate Chair, Professor, Ph.D. University of Hawaii: Political Economy and Policy
Creative Economies, Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D), Financial Technologies and Media, Digital Money and Ledger Technologies, Geopolitical Risk, Remote Sensing, Climate Financing

Jin-sang Lee, Professor, Ph.D., University of Strathclyde, Economic Development, International Development and Cooperation, African Economic Development, Economies of Developing Countries, Science and Technology, Education and Development

Johng-Ihl Lee, Professor, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati: Economics
Econometric Modeling; Project Level Evaluation; Vocational Retraining Systems; Intellectual Property (IP); IPR; IP strategy; International R&D Program

Faheem Hussain, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University: Engineering and Public Policy
Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D), ICT Entrepreneurship; Social Media; Digital Freedom; Telecommunications Policy; Gender Empowerment using STEM

Mark D. Whitaker, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison: Sociology
Information Society; Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D); Science and Technology Studies; Comparative Historical Methods; World Regional Cultural Variations; Environmental Sociology; Consumption as Strategically Implemented; Comparative Conditions of Successful/Failed Sustainability Programs; Comparative Development

Suzana Brown, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder: Telecommunication
Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D); ICT Entrepreneurship; Mobile Health and Education; Data for Development

Micah Modell, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington: Instructional Systems Technology
Instructional design for Collaboration; Design; Computer Supported Collaborative Learning/Work; Human-Computer Interaction Design; Software Development; Collaborative learning

Clayton Harapiak, Research Professor, MBA, University of Derby (UK)
Business Development, International Marketing, Sales, and Innovation, Supply Chain Management, Managing Information Systems, Leadership, and Project Management, e-Business Development

Mun Su Park, Research Professor, Ph.D., Sungkyunkwan University: Public Policy
Technology Innovation Policy and Management; Industry-University Collaboration Policy; Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Policy

Jang Ik Lee, Research Professor, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley: Educational Policy and Management
Educational service management, Entrepreneurship, Educational Technology Management

Hoon Han, ProfessorPh.D. Stanford University, Engineering Economics

Soogil Young, Leading Professor, Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University: International Economics
Economic Development; International Trade and Cooperation; Korea’s Modern Economic History and Policies; Sustainable Development and Green Growth; Climate Change and Energy

Patrick A. Rose, Adjunct Professor, Ph.D., Auburn University: Educational Psychology, Human Performance Technology, Workplace Learning, Organizational Culture, Quantitative and Qualitative Decision-Making, Educational Technology, Social Marketing, Survey Research, Sociology of Technology, Ethnographic Research Methods, Discourse Analysis, Influence of Technology on Subjectivity.

Wonki Min, Leading professor, MBA, University of Washington: Impacts of Digital Transformation on Economy and Society, Ethical Issues on  Artificial Intelligence R&D and Applications, Telecommunications and Broadcasting Regulations, Internet Governance.

Joseph S. Cabuay,  Adjunct Professor, M.I.A. Columbia University, A.B.D., Northeastern University;  Organizational Leadership,  Strategic Marketing,  Strategic Sales Management,  Strategic Communications, Executive Training & Development, International Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Science & Technology Policy, Emergency/Crisis Management, Sustainable Development & Technology Policy