Lecturer Profile

Choi, Yanghwan

Yang Hwan Choi Joined Rutgers in the fall of 2022. He is passionate about Korean cultural studies, particularly minority immigrant studies in the United States and Asian father studies. In addition, he has an intensive academic background in Korean culture & Adult learning & leadership. Recently, he finished post-covid family study associate with Teachers College Columbia University. Dr. choi also participates in a local Korean newspaper as executive editor.

EDUCATION

Teachers College Columbia University, New York City, NY                                                                   

Doctor of Education, IED, and Adult Learning & Leadership

Master of Arts, International Educational Development, Family Education (IND)

 

Queens College City College of New York, New York City, NY

Master of Art, Sociology, Statistics,

 

Kyunghee University, Seoul, KS

Master of Art, Korean Language, and Literature,

Bachelor of Arts, Korean Teaching as a Second Language & Korean Language, and Literature,

 

Papers & Presentation

Publication

Yang Hwan Choi. (2022) Blurred Boundaries: An Examination of Learning and Working in the Home During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Co-Researcher, CIES.

Yang Hwan Choi. (2009) Research ‘Sesipungyo’ in folklore study, Kyunghee University press, Seoul, Korea.

Presentation

Yang Hwan Choi. (March 2022) Beyond COVID-19: Modern Korean Pop Culture as a New Norm, from Parasite to Squid Game to BTS, Main Presenter, Eastern sociological society annual meeting, Boston, MA.

Yang Hwan Choi. (April 2022) Blurred Boundaries: An Examination of Learning and Working in the Home During the Covid-19 Pandemic. Co-Researcher, CIES Annual Conference.

Yang Hwan Choi. (April 2021) Family and community support during the COVID-19 pandemic. Co-Researcher, CIES Annual Conference.

Yang Hwan Choi. (February 2018) Alternative research perspective in New Korean Immigrant in the United States as Family and adult learner. Presented at Eastern sociological society annual meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Yang Hwan Choi. (February 2016) Food in Social Life I: Cultural Capital and Cognition Mini-conference session at Eastern sociological society annual meeting, Boston, MA.

Yang Hwan Choi. (March 2012) Late Joseon dynasty: the beginning of the spontaneous modernism period. Presented at Eastern sociological society annual meeting, New York, NY.