Katherine Lee is an assistant professor in residence at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with a focus on school psychology and counselor education.
As a licensed school psychologist, Lee is an expert in psychological and psychoeducational assessments for children and adolescents. Her expertise also includes risk assessment, cognitive and achievement functioning, orientation and malingering, personality, clinical pathology, social/emotional and behavioral functioning, adaptive functioning, and educational/vocational placement.
Prior to joining UNLV, Lee served as a school psychologist at several charter schools throughout Southern Nevada, holding a dual license through the State of Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners. Lee's academic courses encompass school psychology, psychoeducational evaluation, and neuropsychological assessment as well as training, educating and supervising UNLV's next generation of school psychologists.
- B.A., Psychology, Princeton University
- Ph.D., School Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University