Dr. Lee is Assistant Professor of Journalism at the Department of Media Studies at Belmont University. She earned her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Psychology / Instructional Technology from Kent State University; a Master of Education in Computer Education and Technology from Ohio University; and a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering from Hong-ik University in Seoul, Korea.
She has more than 10 years of professional experience in visual communication, working for major metropolitan newspapers including the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Tennessean, the New York Times and Long Island Newsday. Her teaching areas include digital storytelling, visual communication, motion graphics, introduction to video and audio production, and mass media and society.
Her current research interests include examining the connection between brain activity, spatial intelligence, and learning outcomes in visual instructions using brain computer interface technology. Dr. Lee is also interested in investigating the relationship between brain activity, intelligence, psychophysiology, and learning in multimedia presentation.