Jenny Lee

University of Arizona, USA
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Jenny Lee

International student mobility scholar.

Jenny is a Professor at the University of Arizona’s (UA) Center for the Study of Higher Education, USA. Her research on higher education issues focuses on organisational cultures and their influences on patterns of organisational behaviours and change in the academy. Her research topics have included academic and administrative labour markets, university partnerships, student engagement and internationalisation. Her current research is on international student mobility with a focus on the African continent and issues of xenophobia, neoracism and neonationalism. Jenny has published in and sits on the editorial boards for many top journals of higher education and is co-editor of the Palgrave/Macmillan book series Studies in Global Higher Education. She has been recognised by such bodies as the American College Personnel Association, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, the UA College of Education and UA’s Asian American Faculty, Staff & Alumni Association. Jenny’s Doctorate degree, from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), is in higher education and organisational change; she has held visiting appointments at Korea University, Seoul, and City University, London, and was a Fulbright Scholar to South Africa.