Professor Frank Lee joined GW in 1998. His research is in theoretical nuclear physics, studying the strong interaction using quantum chromodynamics and large-scale simulations on supercomputers. He is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and National Science Foundation. He has authored over 190 professional publications and given over 100 talks at professional meetings. He won the GW Bender Teaching Award, and CCAS Dean's Research Chair award. His expertise is called upon frequently by funding agencies and professional journals. He has established research collaborations both nationally and internationally. At GW, he served on the Dean's Council of CCAS, GW Research and Instructional Technology Committee, Advisory Committee of the GW Honors Program, and Faculty Senate Committee on Appointments, Salary, and Promotion Policies. He also built cross-disciplinary collaborations with Statistics Department, and with SEAS via IMPACT (a GW-wide high-performance computing institute). At the Department level, he has served as Deputy Chair, Graduate Program Adviser Director, Chair of PhD Qualifying Exams, Chair of Equipment Committee, Chair of Website Committee.