Margaret E. Lee
Assistant Professor of Humanities (retired)
Tulsa Community College, Oklahoma
D. Theol., Melbourne College of Divinity M.Div., Phillips Theological Seminary B.A., Seattle University
Margaret E. Lee (Th.D., Melbourne College of Divinity) is retired as Assistant Professor of Humanities at Tulsa Community College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was named Regional Scholar by the Society of Biblical Literature in 1996. She is the author of “Sound Mapping” in the Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media (2017) and numerous journal articles. She is the editor of Sound Matters: New Testament Studies in Sound Mapping (2018) and co-author with Bernard Scott of Sound Mapping the New Testament (2009) and Reading New Testament Greek (1993).
• Named Regional Scholar by the Society of Biblical Literature, 1996• Faculty Scholar for the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Institute, 2001• Robert Giles Distinguished Advisor Award, 2005• Paragon Award for Advisors, 2000
• Dean of Student Services, Tulsa Community College, Metro Campus, Tulsa, OK, 2003–• Adjunct Instructor, Biblical Greek and Introduction to the New Testament, Tulsa Community College, 1999–• Director of Counseling and Testing, Tulsa Community College, Northeast Campus, 2002–2003• Assessment Counselor, Tulsa Community College, Metro Campus, 1996–2002• Adjunct Instructor, Biblical Greek, Phillips Graduate Seminary, Enid, OK, 1994–1995
• Co-Chair, Publishing Committee, Polebridge Press, 2008–• Fellow, Westar Institute, 2007–• Chapter Advisor for Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society for the Two-Year College, 1997–