Peggy Daniels Lee
Kelley School of Business
Peggy Daniels Lee is a clinical assistant professor of operations and supply chain management at the Kelley School of Business, and she serves as the faculty chair for undergraduate programs in Indianapolis. Her industry experience includes a 20-year career in telecommunications and banking, where she held multiple managerial positions.
Areas of Expertise
Project management, business logistics, business management, supply chain management, gaming and gamification in education, higher education administration/curriculum development.
Since 2007, Lee has researched and taught using three-dimensional virtual worlds. Her work in this space has been presented at the Academy of Management, the Decision Sciences Institute, the Second Life Community Convention, the International Workshop on Enterprise, Organizational Modeling and Simulation, the Indiana University Center for Teaching and Learning, the virtual community Teach for Success, the Midwest Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meetings, the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meetings, and the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference. Her article in the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research is one of few that established the impact of virtual worlds on learning outcomes. Lee is also a section editor of the online Journal of Virtual Studies.