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					                                    JOOHEE LEE, Ph.D.
                                     School of Social Work
                              The University of Southern Mississippi
                                    118 College Drive # 5114
                                  Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001
                                       TEL: 601-329-9810
                                   Email: joohee.lee@usm.edu

Education
2004             Ph.D., Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin, TX

2000             MSW, Social Work, The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

1993             MA, Social Studies, College of Education, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South
                 Korea

1991             BA, Social Studies, College of Education, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South
                 Korea

Professional Experience
2006 – present   Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, The University of Southern
                 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

                 Teaching
                 2008 Spring
                     SWK 340-01: Human Behavior and Social Environment I
                     SWK 420: Methods of Social Work Research
                     SWK 601: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
                 2007 Fall
                     SWK 340-01: Human Behavior and Social Environment I
                     SWK 420: Methods of Social Work Research
                     SWK 601: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I
                 2007 Spring
                     SWK 340-01: Human Behavior and Social Environment I
                     SWK 420: Methods of Social Work Research
                     SWK 602: Human Behavior in the Social Environment II – Social Work, Human
                      Rights and Social Justice
                 2006 Fall
                     SWK 340-01: Human Behavior and Social Environment I
                     SWK 420: Methods of Social Work Research
                     SWK 601: Human Behavior and the Social Environment I




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2004 – 2006       Child Welfare Specialist, The University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
                     Providing training to the Division of Family and Children Services staffs of the
                       Mississippi Department of Human Services as well as to foster parents
                     Evaluating Title IV- E projects
                     Developing teaching and training curriculum

2000 – 2002       Research Assistant, Gulf Coast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (GCATTC),
                  Austin, TX
                     Evaluating educational program for students and practicing addiction
                        counselors
                     Conducting state training needs assessment

Service
Service to the Profession of Social Work:
2007 – present     Chair, Program Evaluation Committee, School of Social Work, The University of
                   Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

2006 – present    Committee, Curriculum committee, School of Social Work, The University of
                  Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

2006 – 2007       Co-Chair, Program Evaluation Committee, School of Social Work, The University
                  of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

Service to the College of Health:
2006 – present     Committee, Diversity committee, College of Health, The University of Southern
                   Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS

Service to the Community:
2006 – present    Co-Chair, Mississippi Social Work Educator‟s Consortium Research Committee

2002 - 2004       Diversity Chair, Peer Counselor, SAHELI: Organization for Asian Families,
                  Austin, TX
                      Increasing awareness of domestic violence and preventing abuse in family
                         relationships through community education and outreach
                      Exploring networking and collaboration opportunities with communities

2002 - 2004       Hotline Advocate, Legal Advocate, Safe Place: Organization for victims of
                  domestic violence and sexual assault, Austin, TX Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg,
                  MS
                     Providing information on services, crisis counseling, shelter admissions,
                        referral, etc.
                     Providing advocacy by guiding and supporting individuals through the
                        protective order process

2001              Advisory Board, Voices Against Violence, University of Texas at Austin, TX
                     Assisting evaluation of the programs offered by Voices Against Violence


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                         project

Professional service:
2007               Reviewer, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research (Peer reviewed journal)

Scholarships and Fellowships
2007              Recipient of Model for Incentive Dollars for Augmenting Salaries (MIDAS),
                  $ 7,600.
2001              Meadows Foundation Centennial Scholarship, $ 500.

2001              George Herbert Scholarship, $ 500.

2000              Michael R. Daley Endowed Presidential Scholarships, $ 2,000.

Funded Grants
Grant awarded:
2007              Forrest County Department of Human Services Child Welfare Academy, U.S.
                  Department of Health and Human Services, $ 655,715, Co-PI.

2004              The Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault at the University of Texas at
                  Austin, Dissertation Grant, $ 2,500.

Honor/Award
2008              2008 BSW Teacher of the Year

2007              2007 BSW Teacher of the Year

Publications: Refereed
Publications:
Lee, J., Kim, J., & Lim, H. (Under review). Rape myth acceptance in Korean college students: The roles
      of gender, attitudes toward women, and sexual double standard. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Lee, J., Rehner, T., & Forster, M. (Under review). A conceptual model of turnover intentions of
      professional workers in public child welfare. Journal of Public Child Welfare.

Lee, J., Pomeroy, E., & Bohman, T. (2007). Intimate partner violence and psychological Health in a
      sample of Asian and Caucasian women: The roles of social support and coping. Journal of
      Family Violence, 22(8), 709-720.

Lee, J., Busch, N., Kim, J., & Lim, H. (2007). Attitudes toward date rape among university students
      in South Korea. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 57, 641-649.

Chun, J., & Lee, J. (2006). Intergenerational solidarity in Korean immigrant families. The Journal of
    Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 7-21.


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Lee, J., Pomeroy, E., Yoo, S., & Rheinboldt, K. T. (2005). Attitudes toward rape: A comparison
     between Asian and Caucasian college students. Violence Against Women, 11(2), 177-196.


Publications: Report
Lee, J., Woodruff, L., & Reynolds, J. (2007, September). USM/Forrest County DFCS Training
         Academy Project: Final Report (May 2006-Sep. 2007). Official Report to the Mississippi
         Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services.

Lee, J., Rehner, T., Woodruff, L., & Reynolds, J. (2006, September). A study of factors influencing
       retention of child welfare staff in Mississippi. Official Report to the Mississippi Department of
       Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services.

Lee, J. (2006, July). Title IV- E training evaluation: Annual report (July 2005- June, 2006). Official
       report to the Mississippi Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children
       Services.

Lee, J. (2005, July). Title IV- E training evaluation: Annual report (October, 2004- June, 2005).
       Official report to the Mississippi Department of Human Services, Division of Family and
       Children Services.

Lee, J. (2005, September). Project Homestead: Peer-review evaluation report. Official report to
       the Mississippi Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services.


Conference Presentation
2008               Lee, J., & Forster, M. (2008 April 6). Paper presentation. „Reforming Mississippi‟s
                   child welfare system – The “Training Academy” Project.’ Social Welfare Action
                   Alliance 2008 National Meeting and Conference, Houston, TX.

2008               Rehner, T., Castellanos, D. C., & Lee, J. (2008 April 4). „Paper presentation.
                   Depression and acculturation among Latino males living in south Mississippi two
                   years post Hurricane Katrina.‟ Social Welfare Action Alliance 2008 National Meeting
                   and Conference, Houston, TX.

2007               Lee, J. (2007, January 12). Poster presentation. „Perceived social support and self-
                   blame as mediators of relationships between intimate partner violence and PTSD.‟
                   Society for Social Work and Research 11th Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

2006               Woodruff, L., Reynolds. J., & Lee, J. (2006, October 19). Paper Presentation. „The
                   child welfare academy training: An innovative approach to agency/university
                   partnerships.‟ 35th Annual Al/MS Social Work Education Conference, Tuscaloosa,
                   AL.
2006               Lim, H., & Lee, J. (2006, February 18). Paper presentation. „Predictors of depression
                   among mothers of children with mental retardation in Korea.‟ Council on Social
                   Work Education 52nd Annual Program Meeting (CSWE), Chicago, IL.


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2005   Lee, J. (2005, June 20). Paper presentation. „The need for linkage between do mestic
       violence services and mental health services.‟ Institute for Women’s Policy
       Research’s Eighth International Women’s Policy Research Conference. Washington
       D.C.

2005   Lee, J. (2005, April 15). Paper Presentation. „Factors mediating the relationship
       between intimate partner violence and psychological distress: Implications for
       women of color‟. School of Social Work and Southern Institute for Mental Health
       Advocacy, Research, and Training Conference. Jackson, MS.

2005   Lee, J. (2005, March 1). Paper presentation. „Partner violence, social support, coping,
       and depression among Asian women.‟ Council on Social Work Education 51stAnnual
       Program Meeting (CSWE), New York, NY.


2003   Chun, J., & Lee, J. (2003. March 2). Paper presentation. „The Application of
       Intergenerational Solidarity Theory to Korean Immigrant Families.‟ Council on
       Social Work Education 49th Annual Program Meeting (CSWE), Atlanta, GA.

2002   Lee, J., & Pomeroy, E. (2002, October 25). Paper presentation. „Attitudes Toward
       Sexual Assault Against Women: Caucasian vs. Hispanic vs. Asian College students. ‟
       The 12th International Conference Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus,
       Orlando.

2000   Choi, G., & Lee, J. (2000, March 1). Paper presentation „Domestic Violence in the
       Korean-American Families: Implication for Research and Practice.‟ National Cross
       Cultural Conference, Augusta, GA.




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