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Lee June
Contact Information:
468 E. Circle Drive
Eustace-Cole Hall, Room 105
East Lansing, MI, 48824
(517) 355-2326

Lee June, Ph.D. (he/him)


Lee N. June is a native of Manning, South Carolina. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Tuskegee Institute/now Tuskegee University (biology); masters of education (rehabilitation counseling), masters of arts (clinical psychology), and the doctorate of philosophy in clinical psychology all from the University of Illinois- Champaign- Urbana. He also has a certificate in theological studies from the Interdenominational Theological Seminary (Atlanta, Georgia); did sabbatical study as a special student at the Duke University Divinity School; and earned the masters of ministry leadership degree from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary (Cornerstone University).  He is a licensed psychologist in the state of Michigan.

Dr. June is currently a professor in the Honors College, the Department of Psychology, and the African American and African Studies Program at Michigan State University.  He has previously served as the director of the counseling center, as senior advisor to the provost for racial, ethnic and multicultural issues, assistant/associate provost for academic student services and multicultural issues, and vice president for student affairs and services- all at Michigan State University.

This biosketch originally appeared here

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