Faculty Profile

Profile

Robert Miller holds an MS in Mathematics from Miami University, an MA in Philosophy from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, and a PhD in Philosophy from the International Academy for Philosophy in Liechtenstein. Robert comes to Urbana from Zane State College, where he taught mathematics and philosophy for eleven years. In his previous position, Robert also served as the math department chair and as the adviser and coordinator for the Miami University Bachelor in Engineering program at Zane State College. In his spare time, Robert likes to write philosophy books and articles. His most recent article was published last fall, and in the summer of 2017 he presented another of his articles at a philosophy conference.

Education

2002
Internationale Akademie fur Philosophie im Furstentum Liechtenstein (Germany)
Doctor of Philosophy
2006
Miami University
Master of Science, Mathematics
1997
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Master of Arts, Philosophy
1993
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Bachelor of Arts, Theology

Work Experience

2021 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty
2020 - 2021
Franklin University, Graduate Admission Advisor
2019 - 2020
Franklin University, Lead Faculty
2018 - 2019
Franklin University, Instructor, Math

Publications & Presentations

Miller, R. (1996, Jul. 31). The Stone Representation Theorem for Boolean Rings. Master if Science Degree, oxford, ohio.