Lee Fox is an associate professor of psychology and a member of the Kent State University at Stark community. Her training as a social psychologist and her interest in industrial psychology led to her research interest in the factors that influence decision-making. Her recent research examines decision-making in college students. Specifically, she is interested in whether there are particular factors that contribute to women being less likely than men to be found in leadership positions after college. In addition, she is interested in using interdisciplinary courses to produce students who are “global citizens.” She has collaborated with colleagues from other disciplines to create interdisciplinary courses and measure their impact on students’ global awareness. As a long-term regional campus faculty member with a strong interest in shared governance, she has served in leadership positions such as Chair of the Regional Campus Faculty Advisory Council (RCFAC) and President of the state-wide Association for University Regional Campuses of Ohio (AURCO). Currently, she enjoys working as a Faculty Senator and as a member of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee.