Eunju Lee, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist and Assistant Research Professor
Telephone: (518) 442-5773
Specialization: Child Welfare, Immigration, and Program Evaluation
Evaluation of the New York State Collocation Demonstration Project
Evaluation of People Advancing Through Treatment and Housing (PATH)
Healthy Families New York Evaluation
Understanding Barriers to Food Stamps
Eunju Lee received her bachelor’s degree from Ewha Women’s University in Korea and studied issues related to gender equity, family policy, race and ethnicity, and immigrant adaptation in the Sociology department of the University at Albany. Since 1999 Dr. Lee has been conducting evaluations of programs and policies related to child welfare with the Center for Human Services Research using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Currently, Dr. Lee’s research focuses primarily on two funded projects: A randomized trial of the effectiveness of a child abuse prevention program and a process and outcome evaluation study of the collocation program to address parental substance abuse in the child welfare system.