Angela Lee, Ph.D.

Dissertation Committee Adjunct,
Department of Professional Educational Studies

Angela M. Lee, Ph.D. has over 10 years of experience in higher education, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses as well as administrative duties. This includes producing administrative reports, maintaining student and faculty access, and administering all past, present, and future courses. Additionally, Dr. Lee mentored faculty on best practices, developed curriculum, and designed courses. Furthermore, she has mentored and directed upwards of 30 graduate committees as the chair. She cooperated with outside institutions such as the National Judicial College, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, and formally the National Juvenile Court Services Association for student recruitment, attending conferences, and developing new online courses for the Justice Management Program. Some of her research interests include curriculum development, technological tools such as pedagogical models, social structure on educational attainment; and she has published in national and international journals for education. Dr. Lee has served on several journal review boards and served as guest editor in journals such as Computers in the Schools. Dr. Lee is a QM certified reviewer for higher education. 

Dr. Lee has taught a number of courses with a focus on educators, research methods, and statistics. Some of her experiences include teaching:

  • CEP 413/613 – Computer telecommunications in technology
  • CEP 425/625 – Design of online teaching and learning
  • EDU 214 – Preparing teachers to use technology
  • PSY/SOC 210 – Introduction to statistical methods
  • JM 600 – Foundation of research methods
  • JM 602 – Methods of program research, design, and evaluation
  • JM 793 – Special topics in Executive Court and Agency Administration: Administrators as Educators

Education

  • Doctorate in Learning, Development and Technology
    University of Nevada, Reno
  • Master's in Sociology
    University of Nevada, Reno
  • Bachelor's in Psychology and Sociology
    University of Nevada, Reno
  • Associate in Psychology
    Mohave Community College

Research Interests

Completing research regarding COVID and student perceptions on education; ASMR and disability resource services; Educational sociology; Impact of social structure on educational attainment; Design and innovative environments; Simulated environments on learning; Comparing flipped and traditional learning on levels of satisfaction and learning outcomes; Use of instructional videos as a pedagogical model; Curriculum and class enhancement; Instructional design; Sense of belonging and happiness on student retainment, retention, and matriculation

Program Affiliations

Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction Doctor of Education

This customizable degree is designed to help you advance your understanding of a wide range of curriculum development and instructional methods that can improve teaching and learning in diverse educational settings.

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Ed.D. in Instructional Technology Doctor of Education

This customizable degree is designed to help you advance your understanding of methods of instructional technology for a wide range of educational settings. Through a tailored approach to the dissertation process, you can complete the program in as little as three years.

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Ed.D. in Leadership Doctor of Education

The Doctor of Education in Leadership program is designed to help you advance your leadership and research skills within your chosen discipline, whatever that may be. Through a tailored approach to the dissertation process, you can complete the program in as little as three years.

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Ed.D. in Nursing Education Doctor of Education

The Doctorate in Nursing Education is for master’s degree nurses who want to help address the growing need for more RNs in today’s ever-expanding healthcare system. The American College of Education Ed.D in Nursing Education program is a fully online curriculum to prepare nurses as educators in either an academic or professional development setting. The program uses a unique interdisciplinary approach to focus on the science of teaching and learning. Students will engage in scholarly research to support their dissertation while developing the competencies to create and evaluate curriculum, develop effective teaching strategies, use innovative technology to promote learning and much more as they prepare to educate the next generation of nurses.

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Ed.D. in Public Health Education Doctor of Education

The customizable Doctorate in Public Health Education is designed for healthcare educators and professionals who wish to address public health issues through education in local, national and international communities at the post-master’s level.

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Ed.D. in Second Language Instruction Doctor of Education

The Doctorate of Education in Second Language Instruction is designed for professionals with a master’s degree who wish to advance their second language instruction skills and knowledge at the post-master’s level. Through a tailored approach to the dissertation process, you can complete the program in as little as three years.

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