College of Family and Consumer Sciences
PhD Candidate & Graduate Assistant
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|Ph.D.||Polymer, Fiber, and Textile Sciences- International Merchandising Emphasis||The University of Georgia||Expected 2024|
|M.S.||Textile, Merchandising, and Interiors||The University of Georgia||2019|
|B.A.||Consumer Science||ChungBuk National University||2017|
- Consumer Behavior and Well-Being
- UX/UI in Computer-Mediated Environments
- Data-driven Consumer Experience (Data mining)
Teaching (Instructor of Record/Co-teaching)
- TXMI 5220 Fashion Product and Brand Management (Spring 2023)
- TXMI 4900 UX/UI Design Application in Fashion Branding (Fall 2022; Co-teaching)
Graduate Teaching Assistant for the following courses:
- TXMI 4210 Trend Analysis and Forecasting
- TXMI 4900 UX/UI Design Application in Fashion Branding
- TXMI 5220 Fashion Product and Brand Management
Graduate Assistant of 2022 FACS Study Abroad Program in London
- TXMI 5710 British Fashion and Visual Merchandising
- FACS 5711 Study Tour
- FACS 5915 International Internship
Prior Professional Positions
|Organization||Title||Years of Service|
|iamYiam Company (London, United Kingdom)||Summer Intern, UX Researcher||2021|
|Pol Clothing Company (Los Angeles, United States)||Trade Show Associate||2021-2019|
|Award Name||Awarded By||Year Awarded|
|Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award||The Center for Teaching & Learning||2023|
|Future Faculty Fellow||The Center for Teaching & Learning||2023|
|Global Internship Scholarship||Office of Global Engagement||2021|
|FACS Alumni Scholarship||College of Family and Consumer Sciences||2023-2022|
|Anne and Earl Haltiwanger Scholarship||College of Family and Consumer Sciences||2022-2021|
|Anne Montgomery Haltiwanger International Study Abroad Award||College of family and Consumer Sciences||2021|
|Virginia Wilbanks Kilgore Scholarship||College of Family and Consumer Sciences||2019|
|Jan M. Hathcote Social Science Support Fund||College of Family and Consumer Sciences||2019|
|International Advisory Board||Student Feedback Committee||Current|
|TMI Graduate Student Association||Chair of Social Program Coordinator||Current|
|International Textile and Apparel Association||Member||Current|
|ITAA Graduate Student Social Media Sub-Committee||Member||2022-2021|
Entrepreneurial Literacy Project for High School Students
Advisory Committee Member (*alphabetically listed)
Shin, J., & Seock, Y. (2022). The new face of mimicry consumption: Understanding the mediating role of social media. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/17543266.2022.2083695
Refereed proceedings & Conference presentation:
(*means ‘corresponding’ and ᴾ means ‘presenter’)
Shin, J.*ᴾ, Lyu, J (2021, November). Did the Covid-19 Pandemic Evoke the New Wave on Consumers’ VR Shopping Experience?. 2021 Global Fashion Management Conference at Seoul, South Korea.
Shin, J.*ᴾ, Lyu, J., Seock, Y (2021, November). Tell Me Your TMI (Technology, Merchandise, and Information) in Virtual Reality. 2021 Proceedings of International Textile and Apparel Association.
Shin, J.*ᴾ and Seock, Y (2021, March). Does Social Media Really Make You More Connected? The effect of residential status and generation on Instagram activities. 2021 American Collegiate Retailing Association. (Virtual presentation; Virtual Conference, March. 25-26, 2021)
Shin, J.*ᴾ and Seock, Y. (2020, November). The New Face of Mimicry Consumption Behavior. 2020 Proceedings of International Textile and Apparel Association (Virtual presentation and extended abstract published in proceedings 77(1), Virtual Conference, November. 18-20, 2020). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.12180
Seock, Y*ᴾand Shin, J. (2020, November). Impact of Sustainability Consciousness on Slow Fashion Behavior. 2020 International Textile and Apparel Association (Virtual presentation and extended abstract published in proceedings 77(1), Virtual Conference, November. 18-20, 2020). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.12152
Shin, J.*ᴾ and Seock, Y (2020, July). The Role of Instagram Activities in Mimicry Consumption. 2020 Proceedings of Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Science Conference. (Published, pp. 116; Virtual Conference, July.6-9, 2020)
Shin, J.*ᴾ and Seock, Y. Mediation Effect of Instagram Activities between Belongingness and Mimicry Consumption. 2020 Proceedings of International Conference on Clothing and Textiles. (Virtual presentation and published in proceedings, Virtual Conference, May. 21-23, 2020).
Shin, J.*ᴾ and Seock, Y. Does Instagram Matter to Consumers’ Psychological Well-Being and Consumption Behavior? 2020 Proceedings of American Collegiate Retailing Association. (Presentation and Published in conference proceedings (extended abstract), Conference canceled due to COVID-19, New Orleans, LA, USA, March. 25-27, 2020).
Ryan, Kᴾ., Shin, J., and Seock, Y*. Gen Z and Millennials: Do They Care About Sustainability in Fashion Practices? 2020 Proceedings of American Collegiate Retailing Association. (Published; (extended abstract), Conference canceled due to COVID-19, New Orleans, LA, USA, March. 25-27, 2020).
Weigle, E.ᴾ, Ishani, F.N.U.ᴾ, Shin, J.ᴾ, & Seock, Y.* Generation Z and fashion innovativeness on Instagram. 2019 American Collegiate Retailing Association. (Presentation and published in conference proceedings, Tucson, AZ, USA, April 4-6, 2019).
Ishani, F.N.U.ᴾ, Shin, J.ᴾ, Weigle, E.ᴾ, & Seock, Y. Generation Z and fashion innovativeness on Instagram. Southeastern Graduate Student Consortium. (Presentation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA, Feb. 21-22, 2019).
The list of working papers is available upon request.