Stephanie H. Kim

Stephanie H. Kim


Stephanie is McKnight's 2014 summer intern. She is a senior at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with plans to graduate next fall. Since her change in major from English pre-med to journalism, she has garnered experience working as a reporter for the University's student-run newspaper, The Daily Illini. She also interned at the University's Civil and Environmental Engineering Communications Department and at June Media, a women's content driven brand. In her free time, she enjoys running, painting and making music.

Most Recent Articles by Stephanie H. Kim

Early intellectual stimulation may result in better cognition in older adults

Life experiences with intellectual stimulation may have more impact than demographic influences on cognitive abilities in older adults, researchers find.

CCRC executive director salaries hold steady, therapy directors get boost

Continuing care retirement community executive director salaries have barely increased in the past year, while therapy and rehabilitation directors received a boost, a new report shows. The average salary for a therapy and rehab director is currently $95,905.

Large hepatitis outbreak reaches 47 cases, podiatry company denies ManorCare's charges

The number of people infected in an infamous North Dakota Hepatitis C outbreak has risen, state health officials say.

Long-term care leaders need self-awareness, partnerships to avoid the 'Founder's Trap,' CEO panel advises

Long-term care leaders need self-awareness, partnerships to avoid the 'Founder's Trap,' CEO panel advises

Strong leaders must be vigilant or they could stifle a company's innovation and growth, a CEO panel said Monday at the 2014 LINK LTC and Senior Living Conference in Chicago.

More registered nurses are delaying retirement, researchers say

Despite "imminent retirement" of baby boomers, more registered nurses are working longer after age 50, researchers find.

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