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Ke Chung Kim

Founding Curator

Frost Entomological Museum

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Entomology

WPSX


Affiliations

Penn State Limited

Professor Emeritus


Scientific Journals International

Advisory Board Member


The DMZ Forum Inc

Board Member


Pennsylvania Biodiversity Partnership

Board Member


Center for BioDiversity Research?Pennsylvania State University

Founder


BIT Life Sciences Inc

Advisory Board Member


Korean Academy of Science and Technology

Fellow ( Life Member


Penn State's Center for BioDiversity Research

Founder


Education

B.S.

Seoul National University


M.A.

University of Montana


Ph.D.

University of Minnesota


Web References(55 Total References)


Members » American Board of Forensic Entomology

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Ke Chung Kim, PhD, D-ABFE?
Professor Emeritus of Entomology Founding Curator, Frost Entomological Museum Former Founding Director, Center for BioDiversity Research?Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA Home: 213 Morningside Circle, State College, PA, 16803-1347 Phone: 814-234-1718 Founding Chair, Board of the DMZ Forum, Inc., NY? http://www.ento.psu.edu/Personnel/Faculty/kim.htm


Forensic entomology

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Ke Chung Kim, PhD, D-ABFE

Professor Emeritus of Entomology Founding Curator, Frost Entomological Museum Former Founding Director, Center for BioDiversity Research
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA Home: 213 Morningside Circle, State College, PA, 16803-1347 Phone: 814-234-1718


www.bitlifesciences.com

Dr. Ke Chung Kim, Professor Emeritus and Curator of Frost Entomological Museum; Director, Center for BioDiversity Research, Penn State University, USA


Penn State Professor Keynotes Conservation & Peace Conference in Korea

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Ke Chung Kim, professor of entomology and a founding member of an effort to turn the DMZ into a conservation zone, recently presented a keynote lecture at an international conference in Seoul, Korea.> UNIVERSITY PARK, PA (PRWEB) May 20, 2006 -- Ke Chung Kim, professor of entomology and a founding member of an effort to turn the DMZ into a conservation zone, recently presented a keynote lecture at an international conference in Seoul, Korea.Kim presented "DMZ, A Space for Life & Peace in Korea" at the Centennial Academic Conference "Korean Demilitarized Zone's (DMZ) Ecology and Peace of the Korean Peninsula," organized by the Institute of North Korean Studies.The conference was held at Dongguk University as part of the university's centennial anniversary events. According to Kim, Dongguk University is devoted to bettering the future of East Asia and fostering peace and prosperity in the region."The conference is serving as a new vehicle to preserve the DMZ and realize peace on the Korean Peninsula," says Kim.He joined presenters from across the globe, including the US, China, Japan and Germany as well as South Korea. The Korean DMZ is a corridor separating North Korea and South Korea.The DMZ was designated by an armistice agreement signed on July 27, 1953, signaling the end of the three-year Korean War.Since that time, the four-kilometer-wide and 250-kilometer-long area has remained relatively untouched by human activity, making the DMZ a unique natural area.Kim has made numerous trips to his home country since 1995 to promote DMZ conservation."This is a difficult proposition because it requires collaboration between two countries who, until recently, had very little diplomatic contact," Kim explains.Other proponents include American media mogul Ted Turner, who is now behind the DMZ Forum that was founded by Kim.According to Kim, the conference ended with two resolutions: 1) Convene and conduct an annual international conference on the DMZ conservation and peace, and 2) propose and pursue legislation to establish the principle and national reserve for preserving the DMZ ecosystems for pan-Korean conservation and peace on the Korean peninsula.In addition to being an entomology professor at Penn State, Kim is also curator of the Frost Entomological Museum and director for the Center for BioDiversity Research at Penn State.A certified forensic entomologist, Kim also instructs the Forensic Entomology Workshop held annually at the University Park campus.A native of Korea, Kim received his B.S. from Seoul National University, his M.A. from the University of Montana and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.Established in 1963, Penn State's Department of Entomology has grown into a well-balanced department providing undergraduate education, graduate student training and extension outreach education focusing on both domestic and international issues.


The DMZ Forum - For Peace and Nature Conservation

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Ke Chung Kim, Ph.D.
Dr. Ke Chung Kim, Professor of Entomology, is the founding Curator of the Frost Entomological Museum and Director, Center for BioDiversity Research, Penn State Institutes of the Environment, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802. Professor Kim is a Fellow (Life Member) of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology and members of many scientific and professional societies and received many honors and citations in national and international publications. Professor Kim is a founding member of the DMZ Forum and has helped to promote the preservation of Korea's demilitarized zone (DMZ) for conservation and peace.


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