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Antoinette Miller

Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology


Office: Magnolia Hall 108
Psychology
College of Arts & Sciences
AntoinetteMiller@clayton.edu

Biography

I joined Clayton State in 2001, and am a Professor of Psychology. My original training was in physiological psychology, which is why in just about EVERY class I teach I manage to bring the brain in...even where students may not expect it! Over the years I have taught a WIDE variety of classes, including Introduction to General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Applied Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Physiological Psychology (both at the undergraduate and graduate level), and Cognitive Neuroscience. I've taught courses in traditional lecture settings, hybrid (half-online), and fully-online settings. I can't decide which I like best (I do relish the face-to-face interactions...but LOVE TECHNOLOGY) so I do all of them regularly! While I used to publish more in the area of event related potentials (aka, "brainwaves") and related topics, in recent years I've been more involved in writing case study exercises, problem-based learning activities, and most recently chapters relating the brain to pop culture.

Education

Ph D, Psychology, Northwestern University, 1999

MS, Psychology, Northwestern University, 1996

BS, Biology, Duke University, 1994

Awards and Honors

Clayton State University Foundation University Professorship, Clayton State University Foundation, Award, 2018

Clayton State University Making Things Better Award, Clayton State University, Award, 2017

NCCSTS Featured Case, National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, Honor, 2014

Clayton State University Smith Faculty Award, Clayton State University, Award, 2009

Intellectual Contributions

Keith Miller, Craig Hill, Antoinette R. Miller, Applying Performance Measures and Process Improvements in a Supply Chain: The Loch Dots Simulation, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education – November 12 2019

Antoinette R. Miller, Keith Miller, Scott Bailey, Margaret Fletcher, Antoinette S. France-Harris, Sipai Klein, Maria Vickery, Partnering Academics and Community Engagement: A Quality Enhancement Plan for a Diverse and Non-Traditional University, Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship – October 1 2019

Christina M. Grange, Antoinette R. Miller, Teaching Introduction to Psychology: Promoting Student Learning Using Digital Storytelling and Community Engagement, International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education – 2018

Keith E Miller, Craig Hill, Antoinette R Miller, Bringing Lean Six Sigma to the Supply Chain Classroom: A Problem-Based Learning Case, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education – October 1 2016

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Ken Nguyen, Patricia M. Todebush, Tatiana A. Krivosheev, Michelle A. Furlong, Antoinette R. Miller, Complete College Georgia STEM Innovation Grant , University System of Georgia, State, 25000, Funded –  August 1 2015 to June 30 2016

Antoinette R. Miller, Keith Miller, Mark Daddona, Christina M. Grange, Eckart Werther, Nichelle Gause, Samuel Maddox, Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Round 3, University System of Georgia, State, 29800, Funded –  July 13 2015 to May 31 2016

Presentations

Keith Miller, Craig Hill, Antoinette R. Miller, A Pirate Looks at 300: Applying Modern Strategy and Supply Chain Concepts to the Golden Age of Blackbeard, Decision Sciences Institute National Meeting 2018, Decision Sciences Institute –  November 17 2018

Antoinette R. Miller, Jill L Lane, Serving up learning by serving – how to bring the community into your classroom, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, ISETL –  October 2018

Keith E Miller, Craig Hill, Antoinette R Miller, An Interrupted, Problem-Based Learning Case for Bringing Practitioner Lean Six Sigma to the Classroom, Decision Sciences Institute National Meeting 2014, Decision Sciences Institute –  November 24 2014

Antoinette R. Miller, Campus Spotlight - Clayton State University's PACE, Board of Regents August meeting, Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia –  August 8 2017

Antoinette R. Miller, Mark Daddona, Nichelle Gause, Samuel Maddox, It’s not free food but... converting classes to open educational resources, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, ISETL –  October 2018

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

, Faculty Senate, Chairperson –  Fall 2011 to Fall 2012

University System, ECORE G2C Steering Team, Committee Member –  October 2018 to December 2019

University, PACE (QEP) Implementation Committee, Chairperson –  2014 to 2016

University, Quality Enhancement Plan Steering Committee, Chairperson –  Fall 2012 to 2014