Interview with WGN Radio with Bill Moller, Saturday, December 13, 2014 Read more.
From the Sonoran to the South Loop Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim has more than 30 years of experience in performance, teaching, and administration. He was most recently dean and director of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and professor of music at Arizona State University. Read more.
New president envisions Columbia’s future Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim was appointed as president of Columbia College Chicago. Read more.
In what can be viewed as a surprise move for one of the biggest film schools in the US, Columbia College appointed a distinguished music educator and performing artist as its new president and CEO. Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim, dean of Arizona State University's design and arts school, was named president and CEO of Columbia College Chicago Tuesday. Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim, a professor of music at Arizona State, was approved as president by Columbia's board of trustees Tuesday. Read more.
Kwang-wu Kim, a native of Chicago’s Hyde Park, has been selected as the president and functioning CEO of the city’s private institution, Columbia College. Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim, 54, was appointed president and CEO today by Columbia College Chicago's board of trustees. Read more.
The dean of Arizona State University’s design and arts school has been named as the 10th president of Columbia College Chicago, the school announced today. Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim, who met with the college community Feb. 13 as a presidential finalist, has officially been elected to the position by the Columbia board of trustees. Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim has been chosen as the new head of Columbia College Chicago by the school's board of trustees, making him the 10th president and CEO of the 123-year-old college. Read more.
Kwang-Wu Kim, Columbia’s only presidential candidate finalist, will be presented to the board of trustees as the search committee’s nominee, according to a Feb. 15 email sent to the college community from Allen Turner, chair of the board of trustees, and Richard Kiphart, chair of the presidential advisory panel and a board member. Read more.