Kil, Sang Hea
Chair, Anti-Racism, Social Justice Transormation Committee
Faculty member in Justice Studies
Preferred: firstname.lastname@example.org [BEST WAY TO REACH ME]
Preferred: (415) 390-6523 [ Please call/leave messages during normal business hours only]
Alternate: (408) 924-2943
Use a gmail or sjsu.edu email to make an appointment with the calendar link below. My office hours are 2pm-4pm on Wednesdays by phone only [415- 390-6523]. If the options available to you do not generally fall within this time range, please check your Time Zone in your calendar settings before making your appointment. I will not be able to honor your appointment if your calendar is not set to Pacific Time Zone.
I will not take any requests for add codes as my classes are full.
- School of Justice Studies, Arizona State University, 2006
HONORS, AWARDS, DISTINCTIONS
Winner of 2021 Outstanding Academic Title: Media and Communication, Choice (the publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association) for “Covering the Border War” (Lexington Press): 2022. https://www.choice360.org/choice-pick/2021-outstanding-academic-titles-media-communication/
Top Paper Award for "Border Symptoms and Border Operations: Militarization, Criminalization and Diseased Body Politic Discourse of Late Capitalism," in Ethnic and Racial International Communication Section (Co-sponsored with Global Communication and Social Change), International Communication Association, Washington DC: 2019
CHHS Lifetime Faculty Service Award, SJSU: 2018-2019.
Future of Minority Studies Mellon Fellow: 2005-2006.
Davis-Putter Scholar-Activist Fellow: 2003-2004.
ASU Faculty Women’s Association’s Distinguished Achievement Award: 2002-2003.
Ethnic Minority Fellow for the American Society of Criminology: 2001-2002.