Dr. Pat Miller

Professor of English, Journalism Adviser

  • Ph.D.
    University of Iowa
  • M.A.
    University of Iowa
  • B.A.
    Texas Woman's University
Pat Miller received her BA in English from Texas Woman’s University, and her MA and PhD (English) from the University of Iowa. Her research interests are editing, literary journalism, and design. Her publications include “All the News That’s Fit for Lit:  History and Genre.” The Journal of the Association for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Arts 3.1 (Autumn 1997): 99-110. A critical examination of Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood;  “From Paradigm to Parody: War and the Shifting Sands of American Manhood.” West Virginia University Philological Papers Vol. 51 (2004/2006):  117-124; and Burning Bright.” Short Story. Tartts Three:  Incisive Fiction from Emerging Writers. Ed. Joe Taylor. Livingston, AL: Swallow’s Tale Press, 2007. 187-197. She is currently working to establish the MAD Lab, a student-run advertising business, keeping her research practical and hands-on. Specific teaching interests include the intersections between journalism and law (The Law and Journalism, JOUR 3540) and editing for publication (JOUR 3080). Dr. Miller received the COAS Advising Award in 2006 and 2014, and believes that the essence of her job is to help students to succeed.