Tony Lee

Tony Lee is working as a software developer for business applications in Boeing (Long Beach, CA). He is currently pursuing for his second Masters Degree in Software Development & Management from Rochester Institute of Technology University, New York.

Tony Lee is an active member in ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), where he serves as a conference paper reviewer for Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIG-CSE). In addition, he has written several published articles.

Tony Lee was National Science Foundation scholar for two consecutive years in 2002-2004. He was also selected for The Regents scholar in year 2001-2004.

Tony Lee was also one of two Golden Key Scholarship recipients for 2002-2003. He was interviewed by the newspaper editor from University of California, Irvine to publish his biography in the New University for the February 2003 issue.

Tony Lee came to the United States in 1991, at the age of 18 as a refugee from Vietnam, knowing less than twenty words of English. He earned an Associate Degree in Computer Science with a perfect GPA from Golden West College, Huntington Beach CA.  Tony Lee subsequently completed his Bachelors Degree Magna Cum Laude in Information & Computer Sciences from the University of California, Irvine in 2004. Prior to coming back to pursue a higher education, he worked as a programmer analyst at Boeing in Long Beach, CA. In June 2006, he graduated with a Masters Degree in Networked Systems from University of California, Irvine. Finally, he returned to work at Boeing where he has worked since then.

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