A College of Sciences staff member, Chung Kim, has won quiz 6 of ScienceMatters Season 3. Chung is an academic program coordinator in the School of Biological Sciences.
Chung has worked in higher education for the past six years. She has served a advisor for study-abroad programs and for international admission. In the School of Biological Sciences, she serves as academic advisor for graudate students, particularly in the programs for applied physiology, biology, and ocean science and engineering.
Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Chung grew up in Korea, the U.S. and India. She moved to Georgia with her husband in 2012.
"I listened to the ScienceMatters episode 6 podcast in my office during one of my lunch breaks," Chung says. "It's fun to learn about the diverse areas of research within our College."
The quiz question for episode 6 was: What is the type of brain injury where one knows how to perform an action but can't do it?
The correct answer is ideomotor apraxia.
Join the Quiz for Episode 7
Episode 7 features Carlos Silva and his research into the next generation of semiconductors for electronic devices.
Here’s the quiz question for episode 7:
What particle is made up of an electron and an electron hole?
Periodic table t-shirts, must-have beaker mugs, and textured posters perfect for dorm rooms are among the prizes for winners, who are picked at random from all submitting correct answers. Look for the challenge during each week’s new episode, dropping on Tuesdays from Sept. 17 to Nov. 19.