Daniel Lee, professor and chairperson of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, was recognized at the College of Health and Human Services' thirty-first annual awardsrecognition ceremony, held virtuallyon May 5, 2021.

Please join us in congratulating Professor Lee as the recipient of the Outstanding Researcher Award!

Lee's research is recognized and supported by external and internal funding. His interests include theories of criminal behavior and evaluating the effectiveness of criminal justice polices, leading to 13 peer-reviewed empirical research articles, two anthology books (co-editor), several book chapters, an invited encyclopedia entry, book review essays, and dozens of regional, national, and international professional and academic presentations.

In addition, Lee has sat on editorial boards to four peer-reviewed journals and served as editor-in-chief to the Criminal Justice Policy Review from 2016 to 2020. He is also the co-director to the Center for Research in Criminology at IUP, assisting in establishing MOUs with two universities in South Korea and the Korean Society of Criminology in America.

Lee has proven to be a consistent research mentor for student and faculty; therefore, the College of Health and Human Services would like your help in congratulating Dan as CHHS Outstanding Researcher of the year!