Ji Young Chung
Asian Studies Suite Buttrick Hall
Korean Hall in McTyiere
Lecturer in Korean; Korean Hall Coordinator
Ji Young Chung earned her BA in Korean literature and Korean linguistics and an MA in Teaching Korean as a Second Language at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. She also earned her second MA in TESOL Degrees at the University of Southern California, Rossier School of Education, where her graduate research centered around Korean Immersion programs. Chung is certified in the Korean Language Instructors Training Program at Yonsei University’s Korean Language Institute in Seoul, South Korea, the Secondary School Teacher certification in the Korean language from the Korean Ministry of Education, the Korean Language Teacher Overseas Practical Training Assistance certification from the National Institute of Korean Language, and the Certificate of Teaching Korean as a Second Language from the National Institute of Korean Language. Prior to teaching at Vanderbilt, Chung was a Korean intervention teacher at Mark Keppel Elementary School in Glendale, California and a Korean language instructor at the Jeju Korean Language Center in Jeju, South Korea. Now Chung is a Korean lecturer and the Korean Hall Coordinator in McTyeire Hall.