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Interior Design Faculty and Staff

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Academic Advisor

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Faculty

Emeritus

Assistant Professor

Daejin Kim

Assistant Professor, Interior Design

Mailing Address

Interior Design Department
158 College of Design
Ames, IA, 50011

Contact Information

Phone: (515) 294-7408
Email: daejink@iastate.edu
Office: 376 Design

Education

Ph.D., Design, Construction and Planning concentration in Interior Design, Minor degree: Research Evaluation Methodology concentration in Quantitative Methods, University of Florida, 2016
M.S., Housing & Interior Design, Yonsei University, South Korea, 2012
B.S., Architectural Engineering, Inha University, South Korea, 2008

On the Web

https://works.bepress.com/kim/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/daejinkim/

Supporting Files

Research Interests

Healthcare Design & Wellness  

Environmental Gerontology

Aging in Place

Human and Computer Interaction 

Current Projects

GRANT

2020 BNIM Regenerative Design Challenge

A Best Practice Manual for Aging in Place: Revitalizing Small Communities for Aging Population in Iowa

Bridging the Divide from the office of the vice president for research

Saving Older Adults Living in Darkness: Ambient Intelligence Technology of Lighting System

JOURNAL ARTICLES – PEER REVIEWED

  1. Kim, D. (in review). Understanding how older adults negotiate environmental hazards in their home, Journal of Housing and Built Environment [Impact factor: 1.677, SSCI]
  2. Kim, D., Bosch, S. J., Lee, J. (2020). Alone with others: Response and needs of college students at the academic library, Journal of Academic Librarianship, Online publication: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0099133319301946 [Impact factor: 1.287, SSCI]
  3. Kim, D., Lee, S., Kim, S-K, Giddings, V. L., & Robinson, S. R. (2019). Home environmental barriers for low-income older renters: An empirical study with the aging-in-place perspective. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 36(1), 15-34. [Impact factor: 0.250, SSCI]
  4. Lee, S., Kim, D., Kim, S-K., Parrott, K. R., Giddings, V. L., & Robinson, S. R. (2019) Emerging Themes on Aging in Place from Low-income Elderly Renters, Housing and Society, 46(2), 110-127. [SCOPUS]
  5. Lee, S., Kim, D., Parrott, K. R., Giddings, V. L., & Robinson, S. R. (2019). Financial and health challenges for low-income (US) Elderly Homeowners Aging in Place, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 111(2), 31-42.
  6. Kim, D., & Portillo, M. (2018). Fall hazards within senior independent living: A case-control study of high and low fall rate buildings, Health Environment Research and Design Journal. 11(4), 65-81. [Impact factor: 1.545, SSCI]
  7. Lee, S., Kim, D., Parrott, K. R., Giddings, V. L., & Robinson, S. R. (2017). Perceptions on residential environments for urban low-income elderly homeowners aging in place, Housing and Society, 44(1-2), 4-21. [SCOPUS]
  8. Kim, D., & Ahrentzen, S. (2017). Environmental and behavioral circumstances and consequences of falls in a senior living development, Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 31(4), 286-301. [SCOPUS]
  9. Platt, L. S., Bosch, S. J., & Kim, D. (2017). Toward a framework for designing person-centered mental health interiors for veterans, Journal of Interior Design, 42(2), 27-48. One of the journal’s top 20 most downloaded papers in 2016-2017. [A&HCI]
  10. Bosch, S. J., Apple, M., Hiltonen, B., Worden, E., Lu, Y., Nanda, U., & Kim, D. (2016). To see or not to see: Investigating the links between patient visibility and potential moderators affecting the patient experience, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 47, 33-43. [Impact factor: 3.55, SSCI]
  11. Campbell, N., & Kim, D. (2016). Designing an ageless social community: Adapting a new urbanist social core to suit baby boomers in later life, Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 30(2), 156-174. [SCOPUS]
  12. Kim, D., Lee, J. H., & Ha, M. (2014). Exploring perceptions of designers and medical staff in South Korea about design elements for the elder-friendly hospital, Journal of Interior Design, 39(4), 15-32. [A&HCI]
  13. Shin, H., Kim, D., & Ryu, H. (2013). A study on public facilities plan of apartment housings for the elderly residents, Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design, 29(1), 15-23. [KCI]
  14. Kim, D., Shin, H., & Ryu, H. (2012). The preference of healthcare smart home system: Focusing on senior and pro-senior, Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design, 28(5), 151-159. [KCI]
  15. Kim, D., Shin, H., & Ryu, H. (2011). The evaluation of planning elements in the senior housing environment based on characteristics of elderly, Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design, 27(9), 151-161. [KCI]
  16. Lee, H., Lee, J., Kim, D., & Ha, M. (2011). A study on the direction of the lighting plan for crime-free in street of commercial districts, Journal of Seoul Studies, 12(1), 73-89. [KCI]
  17. Kim, D. (2010) A study on the spatial planning elements to vitalize Korean-style apartments, Journal of Yonsei Research, 51, 1-26. [KCI]
  18. Won, S., Kim, S., Lee, H., Kim, D., Park, J., & Ha, M. (2009). A study on accessibility of the walking environment in university campus facilities, Journal of the Korea Institute of Ecological Architecture and Environment, 9(1), 11-22. [KCI]
  19. Kim, D., Kim, S., Lee, H., Won, S., Park, J., & Ha, M. (2009). A study on application of Universal Design principles to classrooms in university, Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design, 25(2), 123-133. [KCI]
  20. Kim, D., Lee, H., Kim, N., & Ha, M. (2009). A study on the lighting plan and the fear of crime in outdoor spaces of apartment complexes, Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design, 25(1), 133-145. [KCI]

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