VISITING SCHOLAR: February 2008 to June 2008.
IPA Institute, Ashburn, Virgina.
Advise, train, and conduct project management research. Conduct research in “Green Capital Project Management Performance”.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (TENURED): May. 2006 TO CURRENT.
Associate Professor at GWU teaching Project Management graduate courses and conducting Project Management related research.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (TENURE TRACK): Aug. 1999 to May. 2006.
Program, Department of Management Science, The George Washington University,
Assistant Professor at GWU teaching Project Management graduate courses and conducting Project Management related research including project management and control, risk management, construction engineering and management, and technology management.
Courses Taught Since 1999:
DNSC 202 (FORMERLY MGT 202): Mathematics and Statistics for Management
DNSC 231 (FORMERLY MGT 231): Introduction to Project Management
DNSC 266 (FORMERLY MGT 266): Project Risk Management
DNSC 267 (FORMERLY MGT 267): Project Planning and Scheduling
DNSC 269 (FORMERLY MGT 268): Project Management Applications
ADJUNCT RESEARCH FELLOW: Aug. 1998 to Current.
CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS AND
RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF KOREA (CERIK),
Adjunct Research Fellow at CERIK advising and conducting construction project management related research for Korean Construction Industry.
VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR: Aug. 1998 to Aug. 1999.
Visiting Assistant Professor at FIU teaching 3 undergraduate courses and 6 graduate courses. Conduct research in the area of innovative project delivery system in construction industry (CM@Risk contract).
Course Taught during Fall 1998 to Summer 1999.
BCN 3640 Economic Planning for Construction (Undergraduate)
BCN 5645 Construction Economic Analysis (Graduate)
BCN 5716 Productivity in Construction (Graduate)
BCN 3720/5728 Scheduling I (Undergraduate)
BCN 5734 Topics in International Construction (Graduate)
BCN 6735 Decisions and Risk Analysis (Graduate)
BCN 5626 Cost Analysis and Control (Graduate)
BCN 5771 Management and Marketing of Construction Services (Graduate)
VISITING ENGINEER: Sept. 1997 to Jun. 1998.
Post Doctoral Researcher at MIT conducting research in the area of Project Management Process Maturity Assessment Model.
CONSULTING ENGINEER: Feb. 1997 to Feb. 1998.
Consulting Engineer at U.S. Yokosuka Naval Complex to analyze, evaluate, and update the current transportation and parking strategy.
GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCHER: Jan. 1995 to May 1997.
Principal Research Associate for Project Management Institute's nationwide study on "The Financial and Organizational Benefits of Project Management in Corporate Organizations."
COURSE READER: Fall 1994, Fall 1995, Fall 1996, and Spring 1997.
Reader for CE 167 "Engineering Project Management." and CE 268A "Advanced Construction Estimating."
RESEARCH ENGINEER: June 1993 to July 1993.
Construction Division, DAEWOO CORPORATION,
Strategic Planner for DAEWOO’s Implementation on Computer Integrated Construction (CIC).
ASSISTANT ENGINEER: Jan 1991 to May 1991.
Construction Administration Division, DAEWOO ENGINEERING
Field Engineer at the Seoul Metropolitan wastewater treatment plant expansion project.
Last Updated: January 27, 2012. YHK.