Jennifer May Lee
P.O. Box 17253
Stanford, CA 94309
(650) 961-7689

4/97 - present  Stanford University.
Master of Science in Computer Science. Concentration in Human-Computer Interaction.
 6/97 - 8/97 Ewha Woman's University. Seoul, Korea.
International Summer School in Asian Studies. Intensive language and history classes. (GPA: 4.1). 
4/95 - 6/97 Stanford University.
Co-terminal Master of Arts in History. Concentrating in History of Technology. (GPA: 3.84). 
9/92 - 6/96 Stanford University.
Bachelor of Arts in Science, Technology and Society with Honors and Distinction. (GPA: 3.7). Coursework included History of Technology, Gender Studies, Technology Policy and Korean Language. National Merit scholar. Honors Thesis nominated for a Firestone Medal.  

9/95 - 6/97 Research Assistant, Stanford University.
Research Assistant for Professor Paul Edwards, Professor Joan Fujimura, and Dr. Henry Lowood. Responsible for research on biotechnology, computers, and climate science. Organized a conference on genetics and the human genome project. Organized and maintained paper and computer files. Contributor to the Society for the History of Technology's Annual Bibliography in the History of Technology, to be published in Technology and Culture. 
1/96 - 4/96 Teaching Assistant, Stanford University.
Responsible for class administration and academic guidance of "Ethics and Public Policy", a class in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society. Maintained spreadsheet records of student progress. Managed publication on course material. Coordinated and assembled presentation materials. Coordinated with the Program Administrator and 5 other Teaching Assistants. Guided student discussions and led student review of course material. Graded tests and essays. 
4/95 - 6/96  Research Scholar. Stanford University.
Received a Major Grant from Undergraduate Research Opportunities for summer research at Stanford. Analyzed the implicit models of agency and identity contained within selected historiography. Research included literature searches in numerous academic fields to compile a relevant bibliography, evaluation of historical texts (books and websites) for their effectiveness and interactive content, and interviewing the author of the website on which I focused. Research culminated in an Honors Thesis. Grade: A+. 
9/94 - 6/95 Resident Assistant. Roth House. Stanford University.
Cooperated with a staff of three student managers to run a self-operated University residence of 35 students. Represented the University's Residential Education Program to the resident community. Worked with a Program Assistant to develop opportunities to promote women's issues. Organized educational and social events for the residents as well as on a campus-wide scale. 

Paul Edwards Acting Assistant Professor, Stanford University.
Phone: 650-723-6817; E-mail:
Joan Fujimura Associate Professor, Stanford University. 
Phone: 650-321-9156; E-mail:
Gabrielle Hecht Assistant Professor, Stanford University. 
Phone: 650-723-9461; E-mail:
Henry Lowood Curator, Stanford University.
Phone: 650-725-4602; E-mail:
Richard Meehan Consulting Professor, Stanford University.
Phone: 650-323-0525; E-mail:

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