As Florida Poly’s Vice Provost of Academic Support Services, Dr. Kathryn Miller manages campus initiatives focused on Library, Advising, Health, Internships and Career Development. Florida Polytechnic University, a state university in Florida, opened in Fall 2014 with an entirely digital library. The digital library model has provided opportunity for Dr. Miller to create a vision and strategy for library services to extend beyond traditional reference and encompass more of the student experience.
Previously, Dr. Miller served as University Librarian and Assistant Vice President of Academic Services at Argosy University through January 2014. At Argosy, she was responsible for academic support services and the university library at 19 campus locations. She also has worked as a librarian at the Detroit Public Library and at the West Bloomfield Public Library, both in Michigan.
Dr. Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Illinois at Urbana. She earned a master’s degree in Library Science from Kent State University in Ohio. She has a second master’s degree in Teaching from National-Louis University in Chicago.
Dr. Miller received her law degree from the University of Akron, Ohio. She received her doctorate in Adult Education from National-Louis University, where she was a library faculty member until 2009. She has certification as a library media specialist from Dominican University in River Forest, IL.