Dr. Anne Kim is one of two Honors Program STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Scholar Advisors. The STEM Scholar Advisors serve as supplementary advisors to students with the STEM Scholar scholarship designation as well as all Honors students with a STEM major or interest.
Their role is to connect students to opportunities in and out of the classroom as well as within and beyond UConn and to support them in their growth and development as the next generation of innovators, researchers, entrepreneurs, and problem-solvers. They coordinate events, programs, courses, and opportunities to support students, and work closely with the Honors and Enrichment team, departments on campus, and partners beyond UConn to help students explore areas of interest in including leadership and professional development, research, education abroad, and internships.
Anne received a B.S in Biomedical Engineering from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Bioengineering from the University of California (San Francisco and Berkeley). Before coming to UConn, she taught undergraduate Nursing and Kinesiology students for the Biology Department at the University of San Francisco, and most recently served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Sogang University in Seoul, South Korea. Anne will co-direct the Honors to Opportunities Learning Community.
Contact Anne with any questions related to the above and with questions about applying to the Honors Program.
Current students: to schedule an appointment, please find her on SANDBOX under Enrichment Programs.
For required STEM Scholar appointments, STEM Scholars should sign up with their assigned advisor.