Kim is a third-year doctoral student and works as a graduate teaching/research assistant in the Division of Sport Management. Previously, he completed an M.S. in Sport Management at Florida State University. His research interest focuses primarily on sport fans’ psychological processes involving their thoughts and behavior in a stadium environment and a technology-mediated environment.
Specifically, taking an ecological approach, he is interested in how applying an ecological approach can better predict fans’ decision-making processes, satisfaction, and future behaviors. He also engaged in both physical activities and community recreation projects in the midst of his graduate studies by teaching swimming, soccer, basketball, and golf to at-risk youth.