David Lee’s Profile

Faculty
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David Lee
Title
Assistant Professor
Department
Humanities
Office Location
A630
Academic interests

Speech; health, organizational and cross-cultural communication; cultural studies; rhetoric; interactive medias; ethnography

Bio

I received my Ph.D. in Communication from the University of South Florida (2014). My research is about fostering health, community, and learning using emerging technologies. I work with end-users of interactive health promotion technologies to address inequities in care.

Work Phone
(718)260-8298
Email address

My Courses

COM 2403ID Health Communication

COM 2403ID Health Communication

The interdisciplinary study and practice of communication in healthcare and public health. Topics include provider-patient interaction, team communication, and the diffusion of health information through public health campaigns. Students practice clear, purposeful and compassionate communication across multiple channels, to reduce errors and improve healthcare delivery.

COM 1330 Public Speaking (Dr. Lee)

COM 1330 Public Speaking (Dr. Lee)

This course explores the fundamental principles of speaking in public situations and the preparation and delivery of informative and persuasive presentations. Subjects include: ethics in public speaking; audience analysis; selecting and researching speech topics; citing sources; constructing well-reasoned arguments; extemporaneous delivery; and peer evaluation. Students are expected to develop outlines and speaking notes, use visual aids, and improve on verbal and nonverbal delivery skills. (3 credits; Core COMM; Flex Core Individual and Society)

COM 3401 Business and Professional Communication

COM 3401 Business and Professional Communication

Course description: Principles of communication within organizations. Topics and activities include organizational communication and communication theory, group problem solving, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and formal presentations.

My Projects

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

City Tech’s Source for Academic Affairs Information

Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab

Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab

The purpose of this project is to create a forum to ask questions, generate discussion, and share teaching materials, resources, and ideas about teaching and learning on the OpenLab. Avatar image: “The open door” by hehaden.

DICE

DICE

The Diversity and Inclusion in the Curriculum and Education (DICE) subcommittee of College Council Curriculum Committee encourages the incorporation of diversity and inclusion in the curriculum and in the college’s overall educational practices because they are valuable elements of an intellectually, socially, and culturally relevant education, because they develop important knowledge and skills that will benefit residents of a diverse urban center, and because they prepare students to be successful leaders, professionals, civic partners in the city, country and world.

NYCCT College Council

NYCCT College Council

The Project Site for the New YorK City College of Technology College Council.

Nursing Department International Health

Nursing Department International Health

International health clinical experiences by RNs in the RN-BS program at NYCCT

My Clubs

Human Services Club

Human Services Club

The Human Service Club, is a great way to network, help others, be an activist, and gain experience in the human service field.

Computer Systems Technology Colloquium

Computer Systems Technology Colloquium

The Computer Systems Technology (CST) Colloquium is dedicated to providing the students, staff, and faculty of New York City College of Technology, the City University of New York, and the greater public with access to information regarding the latest developments in computing from both a research and industrial perspective. We strive to schedule speakers that have a prominent influence in the computing field and that can engage our audience to have a deeper understanding and passion for computers, software engineering, programming languages, networks, and other topics.

Theatreworks City Tech

Theatreworks City Tech

Theatreworks, the resident theatre company at New York City College of Technology, is composed of students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members. Founded in 1974, Theatreworks has been recognized in the media and theater circles for its commitment to professionalism in performance, technology and the advancement of multicultural casting and crews in plays, videos, musicals, dance and other events. This unique approach to theatre has given Theatreworks citywide recognition and an audience from the greater New York area. Theatreworks is now performing in the state-of-the-art Voorhees Theatre, where a haunted hotel, the Gravesend Inn, has opened each October to hundreds of spectators for over 13 years. Each spring semester a resident group is hosted on campus to work with the Theatreworks students. Student technicians receive valuable training by participating in the lighting, sound, costume, video, publicity and scenery crews for performances each year. Theatreworks alumni can be found in the professional theater, in television and concert venues, and working with many theater-related companies in their respective communities. For further information about Theatreworks, call Professor Chip Scott in the Entertainment Technology Office in the Voorhees Building, room V 205, at 718.260.5590 or email cscott@citytech.cuny.edu

COM 1330 Instructor Forum

COM 1330 Instructor Forum

This club is a place for COM 1330 Public Speaking Instructors to share great ideas for teaching speech. This is the “profile” page of the club. If you want to visit the website, please click “Visit Club Site” on the upper right. If you want to view the uploaded files, click on “Files” on the right hand menu. On the “Files” page you can also upload your own assignments, rubrics, videos, etc. You can also access the “Files” page from the “Files” link on the Club Site. To access the Club Site, click on the “Visit Club Site” link on the upper right of this page. If you have any questions, feel free to contact dlee@citytech.cuny.edu

NSF-LSAMP

NSF-LSAMP

The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Program is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). LSAMP or AMP aims to increase the percentage of CUNY students enrolled in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors who conduct faculty mentored research prior to graduating or entering industry. Participants of LSAMP receive a stipends up to $4000. The funding is great, but the research experience (locally and abroad) and recommendation letters that participants receive are greater.