Associate Professor of Public Administration Tazinski P. Lee
W.A. Butts Social Science Building
Dr. Tazinski P. Lee, is a native of Monroe, Louisiana. Lee is the eldest of three daughters. She is an graduate of Wossman High School. Lee is also a graduate of Grambling State University where she received a Bachelors and Masters degrees in the discipline of Criminal Justice. Lee pursued further study at Jackson State University where she received a Doctorate Degree in Public Policy and Administration. Lee has taught undergraduate courses in the field of Public Policy and Criminal Justice and graduate courses in Criminal Justice. Lee is also excited about teaching courses in the new Master of Public Policy and Planning Program which will be on board in the Spring of 2007. Lee holds membership with various organizations among them, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, Southwestern Association of Pre-law Advisors, Pi Alpha Alpha National Public Affairs and Administration Honor Society, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, American Society of Public Administration, Mississippi Gulf Coast Criminal Justice Association, National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, Southern Conference on African American Studies, Inc., and The Fannie Lou Hamer Foundation. Lee has participated and attended various conferences. She is currently the Chair of the Department of Social Sciences. Lee’s hobbies are: teaching dance (jazz, ballet, and tap), playing musical instruments (clarinet, piano, and organ), reading, playing basketball and tennis, and attending sporting events.
A.S., Grambling State University; B.S. Grambling State University; M.S., Grambling State University; Ph.D., Jackson State University. (1989)