Dr. Andrew Kim is described as an advocate for inclusion and understanding who has “a gift for connecting people and connecting with people.” It’s that sense of justice and commitment to collaboration that make him this month’s Marquette Difference Maker.
As an associate professor of theology in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Kim explores virtue ethics, just war theory, and how theology can enhance our understanding of addiction, prevention and recovery. In his role as director of the Center for the Advancement of the Humanities, he brings together scholars and students to understand the sorts of problems the humanities are uniquely equipped to address.
An intellectually curious educator and researcher with a deep commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, Dr. Kim is a quintessential Difference Maker. Let’s hear more about his important work.
Dr. Michael R. Lovell