Dr. Ronald E. Miller, Jr. is a native of Columbia, SC. He has a BA in English and Religion from Presbyterian College and an MA and Ph.D. in English from The University of South Carolina. Along with writing-center work and student advising, he has taught first-year composition, honors college courses, and British Literature surveys at Presbyterian College, The University of South Carolina, and Francis Marion University. He has presented pedagogical research at conferences and has published in the Journal of College and Character and English Literary Renaissance.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Miller has worked in the FMU Office of Human Resources, assisting the Vice President for Administration with institutional projects and coordinating the University’s classification, compensation, and employment systems. While in HR, he worked with academic chairs, departmental supervisors, and administrators to facilitate the hiring process for faculty and staff.
Dr. Miller has also advised student organizations and has served on FMU’s Conduct Board. His hobbies and outside interests include “Leadership Florence,” volunteer tutoring, reading, writing, political science, psychology, theology, tennis, football, hurricane-tracking, family, and friends.