School of Design
Assistant Professor, Environmental and Interior Design
6th Floor, The Nancy Cantor Warehouse
350 West Fayette Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
Prior to joining Syracuse University, Kim served as an instructional assistant professor at Texas A&M University’s Department of Architecture (2022-23), where he taught design foundations, design and visual communication, and architecture design studio. From 2020-22 he served as instructor of record at Texas A&M’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, where he taught urban history and theor. From 2018-20 he served as a graduate research assistant for Texas A&M’s Microclimatic Design Research Group
Kim has published peer-reviewed articles in such journals as Science of The Total Environment, Landscape and Urban Planning, Open House International, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, and Atmosphere.
Kim is an associate member of the Korea Institute of Registered Architects and the Architectural Institute of Korea. He received an Excellence Award as part of the 25th SPACE Prize for International Students of Architectural Design, SPACE Group, Seoul, Korea.
Kim earned a doctor of philosophy from Texas A&M University; a master of urban design from the University of California, Berkeley; a master of engineering in architecture from Inha University, Korea; and bachelor of science in architectural engineering from Inha University. He holds an engineer architecture license from South Korea.
- Ph.D., Texas A&M University
- M.U.D., University of California, Berkeley
- M. Eng., Inha University
- B.S., Inha University