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Minyoung Ku
Minyoung Ku
Research Fellow

  • Knowledge Management
  • Policy Informatics
  • Big Data Management
  • Social Network Analysis

March 18-22, 2016, Ku to present paper at ASPA conference  ▼  

CTG Postdoctoral Associate Minyoung Ku will attend the 77th Annual Conference of the American Society of Public Administration to present a paper she co-authored with CTG Research Director, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia. The paper is entitled "Fighting Urban Blight Through Networked Governance: A Cross-Network Approach to Information Sharing" and will be presented during the conference's local government panel.

Brief Bio
Minyoung is an Assistant Professor at John Jay College and was a Postdoctoral Associate at CTG in 2015. Prior to joining CTG, Minyoung was a graduate student instructor and taught a masters-level policy methods class, Data, Models, and Decisions I. Since 2012, she has been conducting research in an interdisciplinary, inter-organizational research team that is developing simulation-based learning packages for MPA/MPP programs to teach and learn about complexity in public administration and policy. She joined CTG as a Graduate Assistant, was promoted to Research Assistant, and then again promoted to Postdoctoral Associate upon completion of her Ph.D.

Minyoung's dissertation, defended in the Fall of 2015, was entitled "Social Networks and Human Agency in Knowledge Sharing and Creation: Lessons from a Public Research University."

  • Ph.D., Public Administration, Rockefeller College, University at Albany
  • Master of Public Administration, Sungkyunkwan University