College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Doctor of Social Work (DSW)
Dr. Lee’s current research interests focus primarily on parenting in diverse families, including adoptive families, and foster families. She has presented at numerous conferences including the Society for Social Work and Research, and Council on Social Work Education. Dr. Lee has published over 15 peer-reviewed articles in adoption and mental health as well as one book chapter in social policy. Since 2018, she has been a committee member of the Korean American Social Work Educators Association. KASWEA is an affiliated group of Council on Social Work Education.
PhD, University of Georgia
Fundraising Committee, Korean American Social Work Educators Association, Chair
Awards / Honors
Junior Career Achievement Award, Korean American Social Work Educators Association, affiliated group of Council on Social Work Education, 2018
Lee, J., Park, N. S. (2019). Latent profile analysis of cultural and racial socialization among White adoptive mothers of Chinese girls. Children and Youth Services Review.
Lee, J. (2020). Pre-adoption adverse experiences and adopted children: Children’s adjustment, parenting difficulties and needs.