Lee supports the graduate programs in History and History of Science, and assists the Graduate Program Administrator in a range of academic processes and student-life initiatives throughout the year, including: History of Science programming and events, such as, program seminar, colloqiua, and the annual workshop; recruiting initiatives for graduate programs; dissertation defenses (FPOEs); dossier services; graduate student professional development events and resources; general exams; and language exams.
Lee received her MA in History and her BA in History and German from Drew University. Prior to joining Princeton’s History Department, Lee worked for 8 years in Graduate Admissions. She is co-editor of The Reimagined PhD: Navigating 21st Century Education. The Reimagined PhD delivers information and advice on career preparation for graduate students, faculty, and administrators in the humanities and social sciences. In 2016 she co-organized the Crossroads: The gating Future of Graduate History Education conference at Drew University. Her professional publications have appeared in The Canadian Review of American Studies as well as on Inside Higher Ed’s GradHacker column, the Organization for American Historians’ blog, Process: A Blog for American History. She is also a collaborator on the digital humanities project, Authorship in Modern American Textbooks (AMAT).