This award is conferred annually to recognize faculty members early in their academic careers who have already demonstrated an extraordinary record of accomplishment in scholarly research and/or creativity, as well as an excellent record of contribution as a teacher.
Lee certainly fits this bill. He has published 38 journal papers, 68 conference papers and secured two patents. At the same time, he has also developed two new courses at U-M while introducing a new and important module, Building Information Modeling, to two other courses.
To read the full story about this year’s Henry Russel Awards, please visit the U-M Record.