An inside look at NAU Political Science Professor and the Model United Nations Club Advisor
You may have seen her chairing a riveting debate for the Model United Nations class or leading a lecture on political ideologies — but outside the classroom Dr. Gee can be found out in the nature, reading a good book, and supporting her students wherever they may be!
A: Taos, NM
Q: Blue or gold?
Q: Do you prefer Flagstaff summer or winter?
A: Both. Winter with snow is glorious and summer without forest fires is amazing
Q: Do you prefer the spring or fall?
A: Fall for sure since Spring teases us and rips our hearts out with cold and wind
Q: When did you come to NAU & why?
A: 1995 when my husband and I moved to Flagstaff from spending 6 months in Ukraine
Q: What is your favorite spot on campus?
A: North campus under the big trees
Q: Where’s the best place in Flagstaff to grab a bite to eat?
A: Beaver Street
Q: What is your favorite picture on your phone?
A: My husband and daughters on a hike
Q: What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
A: Love God, love people
Q: What is a tip every Lumberjack should know?
A: Work hard, serve others, do your best and don’t compare yourself to other people
Q: What do you want your students to walk away with from your class?
A: A deeper understanding of the world, and a desire to understand people different from themselves
Q: What is something students might not know about you?
A: I am deeply afraid of grasshoppers. But don’t tell anyone.
Q: Describe your typical day on campus.
A: Teaching class, talking to students in office hours, checking emails
Q: On the weekends where can we expect to find you?
A: Hiking or bicycling. Out in nature. At church on Sunday.
Q: Favorite part of being an NAU professor?
A: I love my students