Professor of Education; Distinguished Teaching Award 1989; Award for Excellence in Faculty Service 2009
AB, Amherst College; PhD, Dartmouth College
- Rounds Hall 032
About Professor Miller
Robert S. Miller has been a member of the Plymouth State faculty since 1976. He taught for 20 years in the Psychology Department, and served for 3 years as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies. For the past 14 years he has been a member of the Education Department. He also occasionally teaches writing courses for the English Department and volunteers as a staff member at the Writing Center. In 2004, his first play, Opening the House, was produced by the Plymouth Players, directed by Fran Page—this he regards as the highlight of his Plymouth career. In 2012, he began transitional retirement, but will continue teaching half-time and working at the Writing Center.
Awards or recognition
- Plymouth State Distinguished Teaching Award, 1989
- Plymouth State Award for Excellence in Faculty Service, 2009
- CD3000 Philosophical and Historical Perspectives on the Child in Society
- CD4100 Contemporary Issues in Childhood Studies.