Dr. John Lee

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Dr. John Lee

Assistant Professor of Engineering

Ph.D., University of Arkansas
B.S.M.E., Oklahoma Christian University


Dr. John Lee joined the Engineering Faculty at John Brown University in the fall of 2018.  Dr. Lee received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Oklahoma Christian University in the spring of 2008 and his Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering with an emphasis in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in the spring of 2018.  His doctoral dissertation is in fluid phase separation via nanochannel arrays for space propulsion.  During his academic career he was afforded the opportunity to participate in numerous internships, including a research experience for undergraduates at the University of Arkansas, process engineering at Eaton Corporation, and a dynamics lab at Los Alamos National Labs.  While finishing his dissertation research, he worked for WattGlass, a solar panel coating start-up at the University of Arkansas Engineering Research Center. 

Dr. Lee and his wife, Nicole, enjoy spending time with their wonderful daughter, Zoey, and amazing son, Zane.  They enjoy traveling as a family and experiencing other cultures, cuisines, and foreign landscapes.  In his free time Dr. Lee enjoys sporting events, golf, and woodworking.  Dr. Lee and his family are members at Cross Church Fayetteville.


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