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My Teaching


I am fortunate enough to have served as a lab instructor and a TA for diverse undergraduate-level courses in the top-ranked Advertising program at the University of Texas at Austin. Also, I am holding a teacher certificate of art and design, received my bachelor's degree in visual multimedia design from Konkuk University.



Teaching
Interests 


Digital Advertising, Consumer Behavior,
Integrated Communication, Advertising Campaign, Strategic Management,
Publication Design, Web Design, Mobile Application Design,
Research Method/Statistics




Academic
Appointments


Fall 2018 - Spring 2019 LAB INSTRUCTOR
Media Foundation    


Summer 2017 – Spring 2018 TEACHING ASSISTANT
Technology Marketing and Advertising (Spring 2018)
Advertising Research (Fall 2017)
Integrated Communication Management (Summer 2017) - Online
Integrated Communication Campaigns (Summer 2017) - Online


Spring 2013 – Fall 2013 GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Psychology of Advertising (Fall 2013)
Advertising as Social Communication (Fall 2013)
International Advertising (Spring 2013)
Integrated Communications Management (Spring 2013) 

Note: Did not accept a GRA offer for the 2014 spring semester



Guest
Lectures


Spring 2019 History and Development of Advertising 
Instructor: Yehoshua Ryoo
Lecture Topic: Does the Ability to Skip Ads Matter?                  



Fall 2018 Fundamental of Advertising
Instructor: Arnold Chung
Topic: Social Media Advertising Avoidance
  

Student Evaluation Score (Unofficial): 4.75/5.0



Teaching
Development
& Training


Spring 2018 - Current SEED (Student Employee Excellence Development) Certificate
The University of Texas at Austin
Enhancing teaching skill sets and leadership potential to excel in my future teaching career

Spring 2018 Complete ITA/UGA Connect Program
The University of Texas at Austin
Instructor: Dr. Molly Hatcher (Educational Psychology)
Building teaching confidence and effectiveness by engaging in undergraduate students
Overall Instructor Survey Score: 5.0 / 5.0

Fall 2017 Complete Supervised Teaching in Business Administration
Instructor: Dr. Dukerich
Developing syllabus, teaching philosophy, sample teaching presentation (15 minutes, 60 minutes), flipped class project
Course Evaluation Score: A
Peer-evaluation: 4.9/5.0

February 2008 The Secondary School Teacher (Grade Ⅱ) of Art and Design
Ministry of Education & Human Resources Development, South Korea
Overall Instructor Survey Score: 5.0 / 5.0

Spring 2007 Teacher (Art and Design)
Dong-Buk middle school, Seoul, Korea
Average Overall Instructor Evaluation – 4.5 / 4.5




Teaching
Effectiveness


I received high marks on student course evaluations. My qualitative student evaluations demonstrate my commitment to teaching my students with care. One student noted:  “Sue was very attentive and very very kind. She was patient with our class who were commonly talking and chattering while she lectured. She has such a passion for teaching and helping her students.” And another students noted: “Sue was very kind and didn't judge my exam grades when I went to go talk to her about how I could improve and get better in the math section. She was patient and even happy to see me when I swung by her cubicle even though I wasn't one of her lab students.”


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Teaching
Reference


Lisa Dobias
Associate Professor of Practice
Stan Richards School of Advertising & Public Relations
Moody College of Communication
The University of Texas at Austin
Email: dobias@austin.utexas.edu 
Phone: 512-471-1101







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