Lee Green-Hall, M. A., ABD
   Administrator, Academic Advisor, Instructor

Lee Green-Hall joined the Religious Studies Program just after it was formed in 2002. Before joining the Program as its Administrator, Lee was an Academic Counselor in the College of Arts & Sciences and had six years teaching experience in a Texas university while completing one M. A. and starting a second. She remained involved in advising and in implementing curriculum development in RELS. In 2005 and 2006 Lee was President of the College of Arts & Sciences Advisory Council on Academic Advising (CASACAA) and in 2006 won the A&S Dean's Outstanding Advising Award. In 2007 Lee left the Program for the Expository Writing Program, and returned in 2008 when Professor Charles Kimball became Director of the Program. She won the A&S Dean's Outstanding Staff Award in 2014. 

While working full time in Religious Studies, Lee resumed her academic pursuits and PhD studies with a committee of faculty in History and English, with colleagues and friends from other departments cheering her on.  She teaches RELS 1113 Introduction to Religious Studies and RELS 3683, Christian Heresies.  In the summer of 2015, she taught HIST 3773 History of Heaven and Hell. 

Lee supervises our expanding staff and makes great hires! She is our liaison for all entities on campus and off, manages the budget, is our advisor, and serves as our institutional memory.  For more about Lee's teaching and research, see her website here

Rebecca Hall-Davis, M. A.
Program Specialist

Rebecca Hall-Davis became part of the Religious Studies Program office staff in the Spring of 2012 originally to assist with curriculum and advising issues. She assists Prof. Kimball and Lee Green-Hall with administrative duties, document production schedules, and course and curriculum management. Rebecca manages travel reimbursements; textbook adoptions; payroll entry; website updates to the courses page; and also tracks courses in RELS and other departments in Ozone and Classnav, to maintain accurate lists and enrollment figures for use by faculty, Program staff, and students. She produces statistical charts and records of enrollments and courses.
After receiving her Bachelors of Business Administration degree in Management Information Systems and spending a few years in the private sector, Rebecca returned to the University of Oklahoma. While working at the university as an assistant to the editor of the Journal of Business Logistics and the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management in the Marketing Department of the Michael F. Price College of Business, she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in History in 2007 with honors as a Phi Beta Kappa member-in-course. In 2010 she graduated with a Master of the Arts degree in History, with a focus on early modern English religion.
In her spare time, she enjoys practicing Hatha yoga, reading mystery novels, and traveling.  For more on Rebecca's academic interests and research areas, see her website here.