Soojin Jun is an Associate professor and Vice Dean in the Graduate School of Communication and Arts, and an affiliate professor at Information and Interaction Design Major, HASSD(Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Division), Underwood International College, at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Prior to joining Yonsei University, she taught courses at School of Design, Carnegie Mellon University and conducted several interdisciplinary research projects with the United States Postal Service, the CMU Human–Computer Interaction Institute and Dental Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research has been published in Design Issues, Digital Creativity, Human-Computer Interaction, International Journal of Technology and Design, and other peer-reviewed international conferences (DRS, IASDR, CHI, DIS, HRI). Her professional experience includes employment at MetaDesign in San Francisco, SiegelGale in New York, MayaViz in Pittsburgh, and her design works have been cited and awarded at international design competitions. Her research interests are design for emotion, information visualization, interaction design, user experience design, design rhetoric, and interdisciplinary design education. She holds a B.F.A in visual communication design at Seoul National University, Korea, and an M.Des. and a Ph.D. in interaction design at Carnegie Mellon University.