Dr. Ted T. Kim

CAM Program and Research Manager
Office: Journalism 223-C


Dr. Ted Kim manages and coordinates the programming and administrative aspects of the Communication and Media (CAM) Fellows Program at the Cox International Center. His duties include providing instructional, academic, and administrative work with all business matters associated with the CAM Program and other international visiting scholar or training programs in the Cox International Center.

Communication and Media (CAM) Fellows Program



• Ph.D., Communication and Information Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
• M.A., Journalism, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
• B.A., Political Science, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, South Korea



Dr. Kim has more than ten years of experience teaching at universities. Before his current position, he was an adjunct assistant professor at Kennesaw State University for eight years and taught many communication core courses, such as Communication Research Methods, Communication Sources & Investigation, Communication Theory, and Concepts of New Media, among others.


Dr. Kim also has extensive managerial and marketing communications experience at global companies like General Motors in Spain, LG Card, Hyundai Card, Intel Korea, and Alston & Bird LLP, a global law firm in Atlanta, Georgia.

Office: Journalism 223-C