Center for Science and Technology Policy Research
Lee is a PhD student with the Environmental Studies and Design programs at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His research and professional efforts focus on supporting collaborative storytelling for grassroots community empowerment and developing new models for transformative environmental education. Recent projects and positions include an analysis of the 100 Resilient Cities learning network as part of a multi-case research study, teaching Environmental Studies courses at Pace University, co-leading community-based projects in Costa Rica and Israel with The Sustainability Laboratory, and developing models for collaborative learning with the Earth Child Institute alongside rural communities in Brazil. Lee holds an MA in Environmental Conservation Education from NYU, and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Rochester. His dreams include climbing mountains for a living, being a rock star, and helping to bridge worldwide gaps in intercultural understanding towards a more unified human society.