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Rae Oh teaches classes in Statistical Methods in Communication, Communication in the Information Age, Foundations of Mass Communication, and Communication module classes such as Interviewing and Informative Public Speech. His research interests include the role of information and communication technologies in human interaction, social networks, and media economics. In 2006, he was recognized with a Top Paper award from the Health Communication Division at the Central States Communication Association Conference for his work on telecommunication infrastructure and infant and child mortality.
"The University of Dayton provides students with small class learning experiences. I love to teach at UD as I strongly believe that small classes mean more quality time and more quality learning for students."
- ABD, Purdue University (2006)
- M.S., University of Georgia (2003)
- M.A., Sogang University, South Korea (1998)
- B.A., Sogang University, South Korea (1995)
- The role of information and communication technologies in human interaction
- Social networks
- Media economics
Han, J. & Oh, K. (2006). "The trend of online travel behaviors: Cohort analysis of 2000 and 2002." International Federation of Information and Communications Technologies in Tourism 2006 Conference Proceeding, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 18-20, 2006.
Oh, K. & Kwak, H. (2002). "An optimal level of promotion strategy in newspaper distribution: An elasticity approach." In Evans, K., & L. Scheer (Eds.). Managing Change in the Information Age: Marketing and its Role in Dynamic, Cross-Functional Organizations, Vol. 13. 454-460, Chicago: American Marketing Association.