Matthew Lee
Northeastern University
Human Services Program
310B Renaissance Park
Boston, MA 02115

pronouns: he/his/him

Dr. Matt Lee is a professor in Northeastern University’s Human Services Program.  He has taught courses in lifespan development, cross-cultural psychology, Asian American identity, counseling skills and theory, ethnic conflict and identity, and psychology and literature.  He has also taught study abroad coursework in Romania, Germany, Poland, and Croatia, and recently completed a J. William Fulbright teaching scholarship in 2017.  Dr. Lee’s research focuses on campus climate and intergroup relations, and the influence of phenotype on individual-level well-being.  Dr. Lee also conducts student and faculty workshops on privilege, inclusive teaching techniques, and intergroup dialogue.