Kim directs the Language, Literacy, and Learning (L3) Lab. Her work has been supported by the Institute of Education Science, the U S. Department of Education, and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
“My goal for the journal is to continue to solidify its leading impact and to contribute to the best science in the field of literacy, and to enhance dissemination to diverse audiences,” Kim said.
Kim served as a reviewer for the journal and as a historian for the Society for the Scientific Studies of Reading. She also served as an associate editor for the flagship journal of the American Psychological Association, the Journal of Educational Psychology, for the past eight years.
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