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George E. Miller

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Norfolk State University

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Norfolk State University

700 Park Avenue

Norfolk, Virginia,23504

United States

Company Description

Norfolk State University (NSU) is a public liberal arts school in Norfolk, Virginia. A historically black university (HBCU), the school is a member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Norfolk, which serves over 6,000 students each year, is accredited by t... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

Claflin University


Dean

Graduate School and Research


Affiliations

Organic Bio-Energy , Inc.

Board Member


VQUEST Enterprises , Inc.

Board Member


Education

Delaware State University


BS

Chemistry


MS

physical chemistry

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


PhD

physical chemistry

Howard University


bachelors degree

chemistry

Delaware State University


doctoral degree

physical chemistry


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Management Team

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George E. Miller, PhD - Managing Principal
GEORGE E. MILLER George E. Miller, PhD - Managing Principal Dr. George E. Miller, III has over 25 years of progressive leadership experience in higher education, executive level administration, fund raising, budget and strategic planning and management, speechmaking, grants, and active community involvement. He has secured numerous intellectual and capital resources to advance projects at institutions. Additionally, he has a strong track record working with industry, government and private groups. Before going into academia, Dr. Miller spent over 4 ½ at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center as a research scientist. While there he worked on numerous projects and managed several programs. He began his academic career at Jackson State and Howard Universities. He then spent over 11 years at Norfolk State University where he rapidly rose through the professional ranks and later to the position of Associate Vice President for Academic affairs. While at NSU he raised over raised 20 million dollars for new programs and research. Additionally, he established "The B.E.S.T. Laboratory (Bringing Education and Science Together) and "The Center for Materials Research" (CMR). Dr. Miller has served on the Board of Directors of Organic Bio-Energy Inc., the on Board of Directors, VQUEST Enterprises, Inc, Board of Technology Directors VANIX Inc., National Science Foundation - NSU "CREST" Board of Reviewers, and NASA - NSU "CREAM" Board of Reviewers. Additionally, he has served Chair of the Foundation Board for Orangeburg Family Health Center; to name a few. He has won numerous awards for his accomplishments, including Alumni of the Year award from Delaware State University and the Giants in Science from the Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) to cite a few. He attended Delaware State University and graduated with a BS in Chemistry, with a minor in mathematics. He completed his graduate studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MS in physical chemistry) and Howard University (PhD in physical chemistry).


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George E. Miller III
>Background: Miller was an astrophysicist at NASA for nearly five years before working in education. He has been a professor or administrator at several schools, including Howard, Jackson State and Norfolk State universities. He comes to Martin University after serving as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry at Claflin University in South Carolina. More Martin University hopes that having a new president will bring stability to its Eastside campus and a boost to its fundraising efforts. The appointment of George E. Miller III, announced Monday, marks the end of a 14-month period during which the university had no permanent president. Miller will be the third president in the school's 35-year history. Bartlett said Miller, a former astrophysicist for NASA, impressed the university with his extensive background in academics and his experience with fundraising. Miller comes to Martin from Claflin University in South Carolina, where he served as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry. Miller has a doctoral degree in physical chemistry and has been a professor and administrator at several universities. Miller replaces Algeania Freeman, who retired in December 2010 after serving as president for three years. Miller said he also will focus on increasing enrollment and making classes more convenient for students, most of whom are adult learners. "Our aim is to make classes convenient to the customers that we serve," he said, "so we want to have a variety of classes offered a variety of different ways."


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George E. Miller III
>Background: Miller was an astrophysicist at NASA for nearly five years before working in education. He has been a professor or administrator at several schools, including Howard, Jackson State and Norfolk State universities. He comes to Martin University after serving as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry at Claflin University in South Carolina. More Martin University hopes that having a new president will bring stability to its Eastside campus and a boost to its fundraising efforts. The appointment of George E. Miller III, announced Monday, marks the end of a 14-month period during which the university had no permanent president. Miller will be the third president in the school's 35-year history. Bartlett said Miller, a former astrophysicist for NASA, impressed the university with his extensive background in academics and his experience with fundraising. Miller comes to Martin from Claflin University in South Carolina, where he served as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry. Miller has a doctoral degree in physical chemistry and has been a professor and administrator at several universities. Miller replaces Algeania Freeman, who retired in December 2010 after serving as president for three years. Miller said he also will focus on increasing enrollment and making classes more convenient for students, most of whom are adult learners. "Our aim is to make classes convenient to the customers that we serve," he said, "so we want to have a variety of classes offered a variety of different ways."


www.indystar.com

George E. Miller III
>Background: Miller was an astrophysicist at NASA for nearly five years before working in education. He has been a professor or administrator at several schools, including Howard, Jackson State and Norfolk State universities. He comes to Martin University after serving as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry at Claflin University in South Carolina. More Martin University hopes that having a new president will bring stability to its Eastside campus and a boost to its fundraising efforts. The appointment of George E. Miller III, announced Monday, marks the end of a 14-month period during which the university had no permanent president. Miller will be the third president in the school's 35-year history. Bartlett said Miller, a former astrophysicist for NASA, impressed the university with his extensive background in academics and his experience with fundraising. Miller comes to Martin from Claflin University in South Carolina, where he served as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry. Miller has a doctoral degree in physical chemistry and has been a professor and administrator at several universities. Miller replaces Algeania Freeman, who retired in December 2010 after serving as president for three years. Miller said he also will focus on increasing enrollment and making classes more convenient for students, most of whom are adult learners. "Our aim is to make classes convenient to the customers that we serve," he said, "so we want to have a variety of classes offered a variety of different ways."


www.indystar.com

George E. Miller III
>Background: Miller was an astrophysicist at NASA for nearly five years before working in education. He has been a professor or administrator at several schools, including Howard, Jackson State and Norfolk State universities. He comes to Martin University after serving as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry at Claflin University in South Carolina. More Martin University hopes that having a new president will bring stability to its Eastside campus and a boost to its fundraising efforts. The appointment of George E. Miller III, announced Monday, marks the end of a 14-month period during which the university had no permanent president. Miller will be the third president in the school's 35-year history. Bartlett said Miller, a former astrophysicist for NASA, impressed the university with his extensive background in academics and his experience with fundraising. Miller comes to Martin from Claflin University in South Carolina, where he served as vice president for academic affairs and presidential professor of chemistry. Miller has a doctoral degree in physical chemistry and has been a professor and administrator at several universities. Miller replaces Algeania Freeman, who retired in December 2010 after serving as president for three years. Miller said he also will focus on increasing enrollment and making classes more convenient for students, most of whom are adult learners. "Our aim is to make classes convenient to the customers that we serve," he said, "so we want to have a variety of classes offered a variety of different ways."


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