HanNa Lim

HanNa Lim

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

343P Justin Hall

Courses I Teach

  • PFP 466 – Risk Management and Insurance Planning
  • PFP 766 – Insurance Planning for Families
  • PFP 806 - Statistical Methods in Personal Financial Planning I
  • PFP 808 – Research Application
  • PFP 889 – Theories and Models in Personal Financial Planning


  • Ph.D. in Family Resource Management, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. (2013)
  • M.A. in Consumer Science, Seoul National University, South Korea. (2009)
  • B.A. in Consumer and Child Studies, Seoul National University, South Korea. (2007)

Short Biography

HanNa Lim, Ph.D., CFP®, is an Assistant Professor of Personal Financial Planning at Kansas State University. She teaches insurance planning, theory, and methodology to undergraduate and graduate students. Her research areas include household financial decision-making and young adults' financial wellbeing. Her research has been published in Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, and Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal and recognized with Outstanding Symposium Research Paper Award from AFCPE and CFP Board’s Financial Planning Paper Award from ACCI.

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