Dr. Sunghee Choi is Assistant Professor of Art Education in Art Department at the Pittsburg State University. She earned her Ph. D and MS in Art Education at The Pennsylvania State University (2010, 2005). As well, she completed another MA in Art History at Ewha Womans’ University in Korea (2001). For her dissertation, Making the negotiation between narratives of museums and a visitor: Empowering a visitor through narrative-making, Dr. Choi won the Penn State Alumni Association Dissertation Award (2009). Her doctoral dissertation was also selected as the Runner Up for the Elliot Eisner Doctoral Research Award in Art Education (2011) and was recently nominated for the Harlan E. & Suzanne Dudley Hoffa Dissertation Award in Art Education (2013). Dr. Choi’s teaching and research focuses on the dialogic processes of interpretation, critical theory and visual culture for K-12, post-colonial theory, aesthetics, participatory art museums art museum education, and qualitative research methodology. Dr. Choi has published her research in national, international peer-reviewed journals and books, including Studies in Art Education, Journal of Research in Art and Education, and National Museums:New studies from around the world. She has presented professional papers and workshops at regional, national and international conferences including NAEA, KAEA, QI, NaMU, , AIS and InSEA about art education, art museum education, museum studies, and art-integrated teaching and learning.