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Curriculum Vitae, November 2016
Jamison R. Miller
The College of William and Mary | School of Education
301 Monticello Avenue | Williamsburg, VA 23185
jrmiller@wm.edu

EDUCATION

2017 (Expected), The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Ph.D., Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership—Higher Education

2017, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
College Teaching Certificate

2011, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
M.A., Cultural Geography
Thesis title: Vancouver’s Auratic Geographies.

2008, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL
B.A. (Honors) Summa Cum Laude, Urban Geography
Thesis title: Race, Bricks, and Mortar: A Historical Cartography of the Chicago Housing Authority.

2004, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS
A.A., Liberal Arts

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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2013-current. Instructor & Graduate Research Assistant. Technology Integration Center, School of Education. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

2012-2013. Instructor. Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. John Tyler Community College, Chesterfield, VARoblox Hack Free Robux

2009-2011. Research Assistant; Teaching Assistant. Department of Geography. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2007-2009. GIS Analyst; Project Coordinator. Research and Reporting Department. Chicago Housing Authority, Chicago, IL

1997-2007. Collections Photographer. Collections and Conservation Division. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO

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PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

(2014). Miller, J. R. & Donlan, M. J.  Environment and affect: Towards an emotional geography of student persistence. William and Mary Educational Review, 3(1), 50-61.

(Forthcoming). Miller, J. R.  From EDUPUNK to open policy: Critical technology praxis within higher education. The Professional Geographer.

(Submitted). Rodriguez, K. J. & Miller, J. R.  Exploring preservice teachers’ perceived self-efficacy after experiencing a simulated classroom in a mixed reality environment. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education.

BOOK REVIEWS

(2016). Review of B. Ferster, Teaching machines: Learning from the intersection of education and technology. In The Review of Higher Education, 39(2), 306-307.

(2014). Review of A. Higgott and T. Wray, Camera constructs: Photography, architecture and the modern city. In Emotion, Space, and Society. 10, 115-116.

(2011). Arts and culture in urban redevelopment: It’s not all bad. Review of L. C. Johnson, Cultural capitals: Revaluing the arts, remaking urban spaces. In City, 15, 268-269.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

(2016). (March 9) Teachers as allies: A #digped discussion. Digital Pedagogy Lab. Retrieved from http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/
teachers-as-allies-a-digped-discussion/

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CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

2016 Miller, J. R. Open education as a real utopia. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Open Education Conference. Richmond, VA. Slides.

2016 Miller, J. R., Carpenter-Horning, A., & Grewe, K. Establishing actual costs of textbooks: Data from Virginia’s Community Colleges. Presentation at the 13th Annual Open Education Conference. Richmond, VA. Slides.

2016  Miller, J. R. Real educational utopias in the space of flows: Teaching and learning with OER. Presentation for the Global Open Education Graduate Network Seminar at the Open Education Global Conference. Krakow, Poland. Slides.

2016  Miller, J. R. & Lawrence, A. D. Conversation: Bridging Pedagogical Freedoms and Bureaucratic Realities in Online Course Design. Conversation session at the Conference for Higher Education Pedagogy. Blacksburg, VA.

2016  Eddy, P. L., Barber, J. P., Lawrence, A. D., & Miller, J. R. Lessons learned in creating an online college teaching certificate. Presentation at the Conference for Higher Education Pedagogy. Blacksburg, VA.

2015  Miller, J. R. From EDUPUNK to open policy: Contesting big tech from within higher education. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

2015  Miller, J. R. Critical pedagogy in geography. Panelist at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

2015  Eddy, P. L. & Miller, J. R. Walking the walk: Assessment and reflective practice in the development of a college teaching certificate. Roundtable discussion at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Chicago, IL.

2015  Eddy, P. L. & Miller, J. R.  A College Teaching Certificate: Curriculum Design and Planning. Roundtable discussion at the annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges, Forth Worth, TX.

2015  Miller, J. R. & Eddy, P. L. Implementing alternative approaches to teaching: Blending theory and practice. Presentation at the Lilly Conference On Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning. Austin, TX.

2015  Eddy, P. L. & Miller, J. R. A conversation about college teaching: Creation of a college teaching certificate. Conversation session at the Conference for Higher Education Pedagogy. Blacksburg, VA.

2015 Lawrence, A. D., Eddy, P. L., & Miller, J. R. Mapping a curriculum: Visualization as a tool for evaluation and communication. Poster presentation at the Conference for Higher Education Pedagogy. Blacksburg, VA.

2014  Miller, J. R. & Eddy, P. L. Visualizing data: GIS mapping of Virginia’s community colleges. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges. Washington, DC.

2014  Miller, J. R. & Sebastian, R. Basic skills for the information age: Incorporating digital competencies across curricula. Roundtable discussion at the annual meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges. Washington, DC.

2014  Miller, J. R., Lawrence, A. D., Davis, T. & Sanchez, R. Digital leviathan: Navigating an institution through faculty development in e-learning. Presentation at the Conference for Higher Education Pedagogy. Blacksburg, VA.

2012  Miller, J. R.  Art, photography, and the gaze exchanged: On Benjamin’s aura and cultural politics. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

2011  Miller, J. R. Vancouver’s auratic geographies: Relocation and meaning at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA

2011  Miller, J. R. Vancouver’s auratic geographies: Photography at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Presentation at the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Burnaby, BC.

2010  Miller, J. R. Spatial practice at the Vancouver Art Gallery: Leveraging the aura of ‘Quantificateur Bleu’. Presentation at the Fifth Annual Cascadia Critical Geographies Mini-Conference. Victoria, BC.

2009  Miller, J. R. Race, bricks, and mortar: A historical cartography of the Chicago Housing Authority. Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

2009  Miller, J. R. Race and space in the public housing of Chicago. Presentation at the Illinois Geographical Society Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

2003  Miller, J. R. Digital imaging solutions for reproduction and conservation at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Presentation at the annual meeting of the International Committee for Museum Documentation. St. Petersburg, Russia.

2000  Miller, J. R. A new tool and technique for low-altitude aerial trench documentation. Presentation at the Archaeological Workshop on Recent Excavations in Tuscany. Lugano, Switzerland.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD

Summer 2015, Spring +Summer 2016, Spring 2017
EPPL 521 Designing Inclusive Learning
The College of William & Mary, Graduate Level, 1-credit hour

Spring, Summer 2013
GEO 210 Introduction to Cultural Geography
John Tyler Community College, Undergraduate Level, 3-credit hour

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TEACHING ASSISTANT & CO-INSTRUCTOR

Spring 2010
GEOG 325 Geographies of Consumption
Simon Fraser University, Undergraduate Level, 3-credit hour

Fall 2009; Summer, Fall 2010
GEOG 241 Social Geography
Simon Fraser University, Undergraduate Level, 3-credit hour

1997-2001
ARCH 395 Practicum in Archaeology
University of Evansville, Undergraduate Level, 6-credit hour

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INVITED LECTURES

Summer 2015
Presidential Precinct—Young African Leaders Initiative, The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Lecture topic: Technology, communication, and open practice

Summer 2014
Presidential Precinct—Young African Leaders Initiative, The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Lecture topic: Technology and critical pedagogy

Spring 2010
Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Lecture topic: Art, consumption, and Walter Benjamin’s concept of “aura.”

Fall 2008
Department of Geography, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL
Lecture topic: Approaches to research, data collection, and analysis through a social justice lens.

Fall 2003
Department of Conservation, The British Museum, London, UK
Lecture topic: New techniques and approaches to photographic documentation utilizing digital technologies.

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2013-present. Technology Integration Center, School of Education. College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Adjunct Instructor with full course responsibility for graduate, online course about inclusive teaching and learning
Graduate Research Assistant working on a wide variety of projects:

  • Spearheading open education initiatives including hosting a statewide conference and facilitating a grant to pilot open educational resources across the university
  • Co-designed and built Faculty Development Modules in Blended Learning.
  • New College Teaching Certificate. Design, research, accreditation, and implementation of an eight course, 12-credit program.
  • Advancement of E-Learning in the School of Education and the emergent e-Learning Community.

2012-2013. Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. John Tyler Community College, Chesterfield, VA
Instructor with full course responsibility, taught in both face-to-face and blended/hybrid formats
Professional development completed in facilitating productive classrooms and Blackboard LMS basics

2009-2011. Department of Geography. Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Teaching Assistant responsible for designing and facilitating weekly tutorial sessions, all course grading, and advising undergraduate students.
Research Assistant for a federally funded project exploring the aesthetics of multiculturalism in Vancouver, responsible for data collection and management. Also assisted with a Canadian Institute for Health Research dissemination grant, responsible for writing and designing a research summary report for academic and practitioner audiences

2007-2009. Research & Reporting Department. Chicago Housing Authority, Chicago, IL
GIS Analyst, successfully reintroduced Geographic Information Systems mapping and analysis to the CHA. Collected, consolidated, and performed analysis of data for external research and for internal and external reporting within short timeframes.
Project Coordinator, worked collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to assess sub-grantee performance and close out a large federal Housing and Urban Development grant.

1997-2007. Collections and Conservation Division. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
Photographer with ten years of experience managing complex, technical imaging projects
Focused on consistent, high-quality customer service, providing imaging needs for the entire institution
Executed work under several grants and shared findings with national and international museum professionals
Progressively responsible experience over a ten-year career: started as intern, then contractor, then full-time assistant, then lead photographer
Designed and oversaw the construction of a state-of-the-art digital imaging studio

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ACADEMIC SERVICE

2015. Organizer, OpenVA 2.1. A one-day conference on the topic of open educational resources; designed the event with two panels, keynote speaker and lunch; drawing attendance of over 50 faculty and professionals from around the state.

2015. Co-organizer, Edcamp W&M. A one-day professional development conference; deployed an emergent, open session review and schedule design.

2014-2016. Reviewer, Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs

2014-present. Editorial Board, Reviewer, William and Mary Educational Review

2014-2015. Presenter, Teaching and Technology Expo, The College of William & Mary
Consulted faculty in GIS and online mapping tools (2014)
Co-presented with Gene Roche on Google Apps for Education (2015)

2013-2015. Contributor, Academic Technology Blog. at.blogs.wm.edu/author/jrmiller

2013. Panelist, School of Education Development Board, College of William & Mary
Discussed impact of scholarship support in graduate student decision making

2013. Panelist, The College of William & Mary eLearning Community
Discussed projects related to faculty development in blended learning

2011-2012. Co-organizer, Cultural Geography Specialty Group Photography Exhibit, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting

2010-2011. Organizing Committee, Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers

2010. Graduate Student Representative, SFU Geography Faculty Meetings

2009-2011. Organizing Committee, SFU GeoSpeakers Series

2007-2009. Student Member, Friends of the Chicago River Planning Committee

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GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS

2015
Creative Adaptations Fund Grant ($32,306)
Co-investigator for a grant to pilot Open Educational Resources
The College of William & Mary

2015
Bernard J. Brommel Doctoral Scholarship ($2,500)
Northeastern Illinois University

2013
Barton Malow Fellowship ($5,000)
School of Education, The College of William & Mary

2010
Graduate Fellowship ($6,250)
Simon Fraser University Department of Geography

2009
C. D. Nelson Memorial Graduate Entrance Scholarship ($18,000)
Simon Fraser University

2007-2008
Honors Scholar Merit Tuition Scholarship (cumulative value $7,200)
Northeastern Illinois University

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ADDITIONAL AWARDS AND HONORS

2011
Ineke Dijks Best Graduate Presentation Award, Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting

2011
Outstanding Geography Student Achievement Award, Northeastern Illinois University

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

American Education Research Association (AERA)
Association of American Geographers (AAG)
Global OER Graduate Network (GO-GN)
Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC)

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