Growing up in a multicultural household, Dr. Marsha S. Lue has studied diverse populations from the time she was a young child, always incorporating diversity topics into her school projects. This inclusive childhood led her to study multiculturalism and diversity throughout college and through her doctoral degree.
Dr. Lue earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Indian Cultural Studies (self-designed major) and a Master's of Science (PK-12 School Counseling) from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and earned her Educational Doctorate (Higher Education) from Argosy University-Twin Cities.
She has been working in higher education since 2005, when she began with the McNair Scholars Program, a federally funded TRiO Program. She has also taught both online classes and in the classroom in the areas of Psychology and Human Services, teaching courses such as Introduction to Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychology, Contemporary Issues in Society, Multicultural Issues, and First Nations History. Dr. Lue also guest lectures in local classrooms and has presented at various regional conferences.
In her free time, Dr. Lue studies martial arts, enjoys reading, likes to attend various concerts and art festivals, and loves to attend college football games where her husband coaches.