Dr. Lee Receives Marie‐Louise and Eugene Jackson International Fund for Project on International Students’ Transition to U.S.
Dr. Hsin Hua (Cathy) Lee, associate professor of Psychology, has received the Marie‐Louise and Eugene Jackson International Fund for her proposed project, “What makes the difference? Younger International Students’ Transition to the U.S.” Established in 2014 by the Fourjay Foundation, this fund was created to reward faculty and students for their dedication to global education.
Dr. Lee’s research interests include international student issues and. immigration and acculturation. Dr Lee is a psychologist at Kasson Psychological Services LLC, where she primarily addresses mental health issues within Asian-American families.
Dr. Lee teaches several courses at Arcadia, including Family Counseling, Couples Counseling, and Educational and Career Counseling. She has been published in journals such as Journal of Family Therapy and The Counseling Psychologist, and has received the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award (2020), Innovative Programming Grant (2019), Benevolent Research Award (2011), Initiatives for Women Award (2010), and Carson Carr Diversity Scholarship (2009).