Associate Provost for Academic Administration
Office: Irvine 212
Degrees: Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics (University of Colorado-Denver), 1999; Master's in Applied Mathematics (University of Colorado-Denver), 1993; Bachelor's in Mathematics (John Brown), 1988
Year appointed: 1999
Before moving into administration, Dr. Miller taught for twelve years on the Mathematics Faculty where he still holds a joint appointment. His academic interests include combinatorics, finite geometry and the mutual intersection of mathematics, philosophy and theology. He enjoys playing bridge, solving word-puzzles and reading contemporary literature; he still mourns the untimely death of David Foster Wallace.
He is an Associate Fellow of the Institute for Combinatorics and its Applications, and he is a member of the Mathematical Association of America. Prior to working in college-level academia, he was a consultant with an environmental information management firm in Colorado. Before that he was a high school mathematics and social studies teacher.
Dr. Miller serves on the board of the Marietta-Washington County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and he is Secretary of the Marietta Reading Club. He and his wife, Andrea, are members of Christ United Methodist Church in Marietta.