Kiki Shim is a sophomore majoring in economics and global affairs. She works with Professor Eva Dziadula on her research regarding immigration, gender, and relationships. Shim will assist with an upcoming project that explores the impacts that cross border marriages have on international trade. She will help with literature review, data gathering, and data input/precision in various data writing platforms.
This past summer Shim participated in the NDBridge program through Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns. She interned for Hopeprint, a nonprofit in Syracuse that aims to help refugees in the area. On campus, she is also a member of the Building Bridges Program and the Jubillee Initiative for Financial Inclusion. She cares about the inclusivity and equity of all peoples, with a specific passion for gender equity.