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Sherrie Lee

  • PhD Candidate
  • University of Waikato
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Sherrie Lee is from Singapore and a PhD candidate at the University of Waikato. Her doctoral research uses the concept of brokering to investigate the informal learning practices among international students at a New Zealand university. Using focused ethnography, the research examines participants’ brokering interactions with others. Her research also takes on a reflexive approach in understanding cross-cultural aspects of the research such as translation and representation. Her research portfolio can be found on ResearchGate.

Recent publications

  • Academic-related brokering practices among international students

    • Lee S
  • Seeking academic help: A case study of peer brokering interactions

    • Lee S
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Professional experience

PhD Candidate

University of Waikato

December 2014 - Present


Temasek Polytechnic

December 2008 - Present

Trainer / Assistant Manager

Singapore Mediation Centre

March 2005 - November 2008(4 years)

English Teacher

IEN-Start Institute Minjiang University

August 2003 - March 2005(2 years)

General Manager

Ecnad Project Limited

June 2001 - June 2002(a year)

Interactive Marketing Associate


August 2000 - May 2001(9 months)


Master of Arts in Teaching (TESOL)

Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California

May 2011 - March 2013(2 years)



March 2003 - April 2003(a month)

Bachelor of Arts with Honors

English Department, National University of Singapore

July 1996 - May 2000(4 years)