Dr. Shin Lee
Dr. Shin Lee is a Professor at the University of Seoul and the Dean of the International School of Urban Sciences. She teaches and researches in the fields of global urban planning, urban planning theory, urban policies, urban form and travel behavior, and transport and the environment. Externally, she has been serving as the Editor for International Planning Studies since 2010.
Prior to her return to Korea, she was Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University, UK, where she worked for 13 years based in the School of Planning and Geography. During her tenure at Cardiff University, she worked with the World Bank between 2011 and 2012 as Senior Policy Analyst. She earned her Master’s degree and PhD at the University of Southern California, USA. While pursuing a PhD, she taught at California State University, Northridge, as a Part-time Lecturer for a year and worked as Research Associate at the USC for 9 years.
She has over 40 publications that have appeared in various locations, including Urban Studies, Environment and Planning A, Transport Policy, the Journal of Transport Geography, the Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, and European Planning Studies, among others.
Courses taught by Dr. Shin Lee
We decipher the oversold concept ‘sustainable mobility’ by defining what makes our mobility ‘unsustainable’. Dr. Shin Lee, the Dean of the International School of Urban Sciences at the University of Seoul, will guide you through an insightful journey into the . . .
We explore the principles underlying waste problems and the differences among policies in their ability to encourage behavioral changes. Dr. Shin Lee, the Dean of the International School of Urban Sciences at the University of Seoul, will guide you through . . .