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Seung Hyun Kim

Associate Professor
Department: The School of Hospitality Business
Office:
Eppley Center
667 N Shaw Ln Rm E427
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 353-1928
Areas of Expertise
  • Biography
    SEUNG HYUN KIM, Ph.D. is associate professor in The School, teaching HB 473 - Hospitality Industry Research and HB 885 - Hospitality Business Research. He specializes in hospitality marketing, research methods, and service leadership. His expertise in research techniques comes in part from his extensive international work experience. Dr. Kim regularly collaborates with other MSU and School faculty in research projects and executive development programs.
  • Media Mentions
    • ARTICLE
      Hotel News Resource
      December 14, 2022
      Outlet: CoStar Group's SHARE Center Crowns Winners of Five Student Market Study Competitions
      JaeMin Cha, associate professor of hospitality business, and Seung Hyun Kim, associate professor of hospitality business, were mentioned in a Hotel News Resource article on the Smith Travel Research Global Student Market Study Competition in 2022, where MSU’s team won the undergraduate division for the third year.
    • ARTICLE
      STR’s SHARE Center Crowns Winners in Hong Kong
      June 14, 2019
      Outlet: Costar

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