Lee Za Ong
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – MadisonM.S., University of Wisconsin-Stout
Ong teaches research methods in counseling and guides students in program evaluation and grant proposal writing. Her current research agenda promotes social and mental health equity of underserved communities, such as racial/ethnic minority adolescents with chronic illness, college students with disabilities, and Muslims with disabilities. She is currently the project director of the U.S. Department of Education for the Rehabilitation Services Administration Long-Term Training Grant in Rehabilitation Counseling with Mental Illness specialty. Her other research funding sources include Wisconsin Department of Workforce, Wisconsin Humanities Council, NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program, Marquette University Institute of Women Leadership, and Marquette University of Office of Diversity and Inclusion.