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Gregory Miller

Greg Miller

  • Professor

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217A Curtiss Hall


  • B.S. and M.ED. degrees from Auburn University
  • Ph.D. from The Ohio State University

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Greg Miller is a professor in the Department of Agricultural Education and Studies and in the School of Education at Iowa State University. He joined the ISU faculty in 1992. Miller’s teaching responsibilities focus on teacher education and research methods. His research focuses on issues related to distance learning and issues in teacher education. Professor Miller has generated more than 290 scholarly works including refereed articles, book chapters, non-refereed articles, conference presentations, and invited presentations. Miller has served as PI or Co PI on numerous grants. He has also served on grant review panels for the United States Department of Agriculture, the United States Department of Education, and the National Science Foundation. Miller has held numerous leadership roles including Regional and National President of the American Association for Agricultural Education, Editor of the Journal of Agricultural Education, Chair of the National Agricultural Education Research Meeting, and national Vice President for Alpha Tau Alpha. Professor Miller has completed several international assignments including a Fulbright Senior Specialist project in Thailand. Miller is a Senior Fellow in the American Association for Agricultural Education. He is also a North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Teacher Fellow. Miller has received many other awards and recognitions including the American Association for Agricultural Education Distinguished Research Award, the Iowa Educational Research and Evaluation Association Distinguished Research Award, the Journal of Agricultural Education Author of the Year Award, and the Outstanding Agricultural Educator Award for the North Central region of American Association for the Agricultural Education.

Updated 3/14/2022.