About Michael D. Miller
Mr. Miller was the Vice Provost for Information Services and Chief Information Officer at California Polytechnic State University. Information Services consists of IT Services, Information Security and the Robert E. Kennedy Library. Mr. Miller reported to the Provost and was a member of the President's Leadership Council. He was also Vice Chair of the Cal Poly Corporation and a member of CalState’s Information Technology Advisory Council (ITAC). Mr. Miller was a member of the Technology Committee for the San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce. Previously Mr. Miller was Dean of Library Services at Cal Poly.
Formerly, Mr. Miller was Director of Arts and Engineering Libraries at the University of Michigan. He was one of the founding Directors of the Duderstadt Center, the University of Michigan’s showcase for information and instructional technology. At various times he served as the Interim Director of the Science Libraries and as the Interim Director of Health Science Libraries at Michigan.
Mr. Miller is the former head of the Undergraduate Library at Stanford University
responsibility for which included campus media services and all public computing sites. He was the founding director of the Johnson Center Library at George Mason University, an innovative mixed-use facility, and he was founding director of the Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media at New York University.
In addition, Mr. Miller has 14 years of experience in public and regional library systems and is a former member of the New York State Council on the Arts Film Panel. Mr. Miller has a M.P.S. in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University and a M.S. in Library & Information Science from Long Island University. Mr. Miller retired in 2016.
Academic Technology & Media, Academic Library Management, and Design of Learning Environments
Honors and Awards
- Fellow, Frye Leadership Institute
- Blue Ribbon, American Film & Video Festival
|1989 ‐ 1993||MPS, New York University ‐ Interactive Telecommunications|
|1971 ‐ 1972||MS, Long Island University ‐ Library & Information Science|
|1966 ‐ 1971||BA, Long Island University ‐ Management|
Recent Papers (5)
Contributions to Books (1)
Contribution to Book
Approaches to Marketing an Institutional Repository to Campus
The Institutional Repository: Benefits and Challenges. Edited by Pamela Bluh and Cindy Hepfer. (2011)
Marketing is an activity that is integral to the growth and use of a campusinstitutional repository (IR). But what kinds ...