Lillard Hall 202C
B. S. Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware.
Ph. D. Chemical Engineering, University of California, Davis.
Thesis Title: Self-Assembled Monolayers Formed from Alkanethiols on Gold in Contact with Simple Fluids and Liquid Crystals.
Adjunct Professor and Professor of Chemistry, Sacramento City College, 1999–present.
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, City College of San Francisco, Skyline College and College of San Mateo, 2007–Spring 2009 (while on leave from SCC).
Favorite Teaching Moment My favorite teaching moment was when I got a picture from a student who, after class, went home and built his own conductivity apparatus and sent me a picture of himself holding it while giving the thumbs up. The picture was a total surprise, and I knew I had reached him through my teaching.
With 4-6 students per semester, work on various chemical education topics. Past work includes bringing SCC students to UC Davis to do SEM, a lab experiment involving nanoparticles and plants, and an educational model of an AFM. More information
Service to the Chemistry Community
Chair, Sacramento Section of the American Chemical Society
Faculty Advisor, Sacramento City College Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society
Campus Representative, Los Rios College Federation of Teachers
Websites that I maintain
ACS Sacramento Section Newsletter Web Site
Miller Research Group
Department of Chemistry, Sacramento City College
General Chemistry Materials at SCC
Personalized Problem Sets
Miller CV May 2016