Dr. Miller graduated from Ball State with a BSN in 1974 and completed a master’s degree in counseling psychology in 1976. She received a master’s in nursing from St. Xavier University in Chicago as a psychiatric nurse clinical specialist in 1990. She graduated with a doctorate in Higher Education Administration and Leadership from ISU in 2004.
Dr. Miller has also taught at
North Central, and
IU- Bloomington. She has taught Information Technology; Fundamentals
of Nursing; Medical Surgical Nursing; Psychosocial Nursing; Human
Sexuality; Nursing Synthesis. She also teaches three graduate courses in
the Nursing Education concentration that focus on curriculum
development, evaluation, and teaching methods.
Dr. Miller is a member of the
Nurses Association West Region, the
National League for
Sigma Theta Tau Lambda Sigma, receiving the Excellence in Nursing
Education award in 2001 and 2003. Research interests include:
academic advising, evaluation of clinical nursing education, evaluation
of adjunct faculty and multiple intelligence. She has published articles
about hospital architecture, chemically impaired nursing students, and
techniques for hiring new faculty.