Ji Seon Lee received her PhD in Social Work in 1998 from Columbia University who awarded a distinction on her dissertation on Medicare HMO service use. She received her Master of Science degree in Social Work and Masters of Public Administration from Columbia University; and a Bachelor of Art from SUNY Stony Brook. Dr. Lee’s scholarly work focuses on addressing health disparities among older adults and minority groups with an emphasis on home care policy, health communication and chronic illnesses. She teaches in the masters, doctoral, and online programs in the area of social policy and research. Dr. Lee was selected to be in the first cohort of the Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholar program in 1999. She is currently heading the Reaffirmation of Accreditation for GSS.
Lee, J.S., Chun, K., and Park, J. (2009). "Preferred Channels of Health Communication among Korean American Immigrants with Limited English Proficiency (LEP)" accepted for paper presentation at the Joint Symposium on Leadership of Korean Immigration community for Social Work Educators, Administrators, and Service Providers in Conjunction with 55th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of Council on Social Work Education.