Ph.D. -- Univeristy of Mississippi, 2006
(Major -- International Relations / Minor -- American Politics)
MA -- Baylor University, 2004
(Major -- American Politics / Minor -- International Relations)
BA -- North Georgia College & State University, 2000
(Political Science and History)
Dissertation -- "Military Conflict: Substituting Levels of Force"
“An American Tragedy: The History Behind September 11, 2001.” Pi
Gamma Mu Honor Society Southeastern Regional Conference. Atlanta,
Discussant for Teaching Research Methods. American Political
Science Association Teaching and Learning Conference. Charlotte,
“Playing to Win: Explaining Initial Levels of Military Force.”
Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association
Conference. Chicago, Illinois, 2007.
“Getting What We Want: Foreign and Domestic Politics of the United
States.” Poster presented at the Midwest Political Science
Association Conference. Chicago, Illinois, 2007.
"Engaging, Entertaining, and Encountering Students." Paper
Presented at the Teaching Matters Conference. Barnesville, Georgia,
“Talk Back Live” for Channel Five News in Charleston, South Carolina.
"Primary Election Results 2010" with Jay Brazwell for WQXZ Radio in
Bush, Beth. “The Mid-term Elections for 2006.” The Daniel Island
News. 2 November 2006.
Wenger, Yvonne. “House Speaker Endorses McCain for president
in ’08.” The Post and Courier. 17 January 2007.
POLS 1101 -- Introduction to American Government
POLS 2101 -- Introduction to Political Science
POLS 2201 -- State and Local Government
POLS 2701 -- Introduction to International Relations
POLS 2801 -- Special Topics
Dr. Miller joined the department in Fall 2007. She received her BA
from North Georgia College & State University, MA from Baylor
University, and Ph.D. from the University of Mississippi. She has
previously taught at the University of Mississippi and Charleston