Associate Professor, Business, Leadership, and Information Systems
Education: Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Computer Networking and Telecommunications / The University of Missouri-Kansas City, M.S. in Computer Networking / The University of Missouri-Kansas City; M.S. in Computer Science / Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST); B.S. in Computer Science and Statistics / Chonnam National University, Korea
Areas of Expertise or Research: Business, Service & Network Managements in Secure Telecom, Mobile & Wireless Communications and Telemedicine, Future International Standardization in the Next Generation Network (NGN), Computer/Network Security and Privacy, Green Computing and Sustainable Communications including Cognitive Radio, and Pedagogical Issues in Information Systems and Security Technology Education.
The Chancellor's Non-Resident Award of the University of Missouri-Kansas City (1988); INTEROP '92 Networking Achievement Award in Education Category (1992); Best Paper Award of the Track of HICSS-27 (1994); Best Paper Award of IEEE NOMS '96 (1996); Outstanding Contribution Award of the TeleManagement Forum (1998); Best Practitioner Publication Award of James Madison University College of Business (2006).
Marquis Who'sWho in the World (2006 and 2007); The 2000 Outstanding Scientists 2008/2009 by IBC (International Biographical Centre), Cambridge, England (2008 and 2009); The International Profiles of Accomplished Leaders of ABI (American Biographical Institute, Inc.) (2008).
I teach at Regent University to help the students who can go make a difference to the troubled world based on the Christian faith, leadership with a widely open Global mind.
I am a globetrotter and enjoy color pencil drawing during my leisure time. I have my own cyber gallery over the Internet. My hobbies are essay writings, music listening, international professional soccer league games watching and analysis, and learning foreign languages Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, and Latin.