Lisa James is the Section Coordinator for the Texas Tech University’s Ethics Center (0.50 FTE). Lisa came from Southern California to work for TTU’s Division of Outreach and Distance Education in 2003, and transferred to the Office of Planning and Assessment/Quality Enhancement Plan in 2008. She supports the Ethics Center by coordinating TTU Ethics Center events; such as the TTU Ethics Center and Teaching, Learning and Professional Development Center’s collaborative ethics lunch series and the Responsible Conduct of Research Conference.
Dr. Yi-hui Lee
Yi-hui Lee, a native of Taiwan, became the administrator for the TTU Ethics Center in 2013.
She holds an M.F.A. in Theatre Lighting Design from University of Maryland, College
Park, where she had been an assistant lighting designer at various venues, including
Kennedy Center and Arena Stage. She holds a Ph.D. in Theatre Arts (arts administration)
from Texas Tech University and based her dissertation on a graduate internship at
the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, CA.
Until summer 2011, Yi-hui worked as a graduate assistant in the TTU Ethics Center, managed the Matador Ethics Video Challenge program, and supported assessment efforts. Since she became a full-time staff member, she has completed the ethics online learning modules with her colleagues, has been sharing ethics programming experiences at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics annual meetings, and has been creating new programs to continue ethics conversation on campus, such as Coffee Break Ethics and Moving Ethical Picture series.
Yi-hui was selected to be a participant at the inaugural President's Leadership Institute, 2013-14, and she is also a TTU Staff Senator, 2013-16.