Dr. You-Geon Lee studies postsecondary teaching and learning, graduate education, academic careers, and educational reform in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). His research interests also include school choice, school effects, policy and program evaluation, social stratification, and educational inequality. He is a quantitative researcher of the Longitudinal Study of Future STEM Scholars (LSFSS) and the Talking about Leaving, Revisited (TALR). He earned a doctorate in Educational Policy Studies with a concentration in the sociology of education from University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Current ProjectsExploring STEM Career Pathway Persistence Among Student Service Members and Veterans: A Mixed Methods Longitudinal Study of Social Supoort Networks
Exploring Student Service Member/Veteran STEM Career Persistence Longitudinally and in Military-Centric Contexts
Completed ProjectsImpact of Professional Development Programs on Future STEM Scholars: A Mixed-Methods Longitudinal Study
Talking about Leaving, Revisited: Exploring Current Patterns of Undergraduate Persistence in the Sciences