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Miller receives USDA National Teaching Award


Chad Miller Ph.D. '11

Chad Miller Ph.D. ’11

From Greenhouse Product News [2017-11-22]:

Chad Miller (Ph.D.  Horticulture ’11) , Associate Professor of Landscape Horticulture at Kansas State University,  was one of two educators honored with the USDA’s 2017 Best New Teacher Award for Food and Agricultural Sciences at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities 130th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

The New Teacher Award recognizes a faculty with no more than seven consecutive years of experience in higher education teaching who has demonstrated a commitment to a career in teaching, has exhibited meritorious teaching through scholarship of teaching and learning, and exemplary service to students.

Miller teaches several undergraduate horticulture courses in the KSU horticulture program including an orientation course, plant propagation, and two plant identification courses. In addition, Miller assists with developing and leading departmental international study abroad course experiences. He advises an average of 25 undergraduate students each year and is also the co-advisor for the Horticulture Club.

Miller has been previously recognized for his teaching and advising, receiving the Perennial Plant Association Academic Award; North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Educator Award; K-State College of Agriculture Advisor of the Year; K-State College of Agriculture Teaching Faculty of the Semester; the Gamma Sigma Delta Teaching Award; KState College of Agriculture Innovative Teaching and Learning Award; Association of Public Land Grant Universities Innovative Teaching Award; Big 12 Faculty Fellow and was a recipient of the Greenhouse Product News Top 40 under 40 award.

Congratulations Chad!

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