Distinguished Engineer Citations
Electrical Engineering, MSEE – 1978
Masters of Business Administration – 1982
At Time of Nomination in 2004
C.S. Lee is originally from Taiwan. He received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from National Cheng–Kung University of Taiwan in 1976. He arrived in Lubbock in August 1976, and became part of the graduate program of EE department. He also served as the research assistant for Dr. Tommy Burkes in the Navy’s Pulse Power Research Project. He received his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1978. In 1980, Mr. Lee returned to Texas Tech campus as a part time MBA student while working for Texas Instruments Incorporated. He received his MBA degree in 1982. Mr. Lee was elected as a member of the Texas Tech University Electrical Engineering Academy in 2002.
Immediately after the completion of his MSEE, he joined Texas Instruments Incorporated in Lubbock as a test engineer for Semiconductor products. Mr. Lee held a number of technical and managerial positions within TI’s semiconductor business, including one year of an expatriate assignment in England in 1983 and three years of expatriate assignment in Asia from 1995 to 1998.
Mr. Lee is a Senior Vice President of Texas Instruments Incorporated with responsibility of TI’s Worldwide High Volume Analog and Logic business. This organization designs, manufactures and markets integrated circuits to serve hard disk drives, automobiles, printers, LCD displays, personal computers and general purpose linear and logic products. The annual sales for this business are in excess of $2 Billion.
Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Lee was Vice President of Worldwide Mixed–Signal Products. From May 1998 to June 2000, he was responsible for the Mixed–Signal Wireless Communication business. In addition, Mr. Lee served as deputy president of TI Asia from 1996 to 1998, overseeing all TI’s activities in Asia.
Mr. Lee is involved in several community organizations. He serves as a deacon at his church and is a member of the leadership in Bible Study Fellowship. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Board of Trustees for the Children’s Medical Center of Dallas.
Mr. Lee and his wife, Carolyn, reside in Plano, Texas. They have two children; Grace 16 and Samuel 14, both attend Trinity Christian Academy in Dallas TX.
Texas Tech University is honored and proud to name Chung-Shing "C.S." Lee as DISTINGUISHED ENGINEER.