Christine Lee is the Director of Academic Support Programs in the office of Academic Advising at Stanford University. She assists with the academic progress review of all undergraduate students, and develops programs to provide academic support for specialized student populations. In addition, she oversees the processes related to requests for exceptions to academic policy for undergraduates. She previously worked as an Undergraduate Advising Director in the residences for seven years before taking on her current role. Prior to arriving at Stanford in 2015, Christine worked at Harvard University, where she taught as a lecturer in the Comparative Literature department and volunteered on the Board of Freshman Advisors.

Current Role at Stanford

Director of Academic Support Programs

Education & Certifications

  • Ph.D., Harvard University, Comparative Literature (2011)
  • A.M., Harvard University, Comparative Literature (2005)
  • A.B., Brown University, Comparative Literature (2002)