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Curriculum Vitae
Kwan Min Lee
Kwan Min Lee (Ph.D., Stanford University) is an Associate Professor at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California. Lee specializes in social and psychological impacts of communication and information technologies (e.g., computer games, mobile devices, Internet), and human machine interaction including human computer interaction (HCI) and human robot interaction (HRI). His research has been published in major journals in communication, computer science, education, psychology and telecommunication policy. His research findings have been covered by the Washington Post, BBC News, USA Today and other major international news agencies. He received two top paper awards from the International Communication Association (ICA) and four fellowships (including three endowed fellowships) from Stanford University. His current research is funded by the Annenberg Foundation, National Science Foundation, the Ministry of Education in S. Korea, Center for Telecommunication Management, Korea Information Strategy Development Institute and other national and international foundations. He serves on the editorial boards of Journal of Communication, Human Communication Research, Media Psychology, and Korean Prospect (founding member).

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