University at Buffalo

Suzanne M. Miller

Suzanne M. Miller

Professor 10 Months


Specialty/Research Focus

English Education; Curriculum and Instruction; Ethnography; Learning Communities; Multimodality, Embodiment, and Digital Literacy; Urban Education; Neurocognition; Linguistic, Discourse, and Sociocultural Context; Qualitative Research Methods; Research Methods

Contact Information
568 Baldy Hall
North Campus
Phone: (716) 645-4071

Education and Training:
  • PhD, University of Pittsburgh
  • Crowd-Learning: Research Agenda and Supporting Evidence Collection.; Local; UB Seed Grant Award; Awarded; (06/07/2016-06/07/2016)
  • Crowd-Learning: Towards Collaborative, Self-Sustaining Learning Environments and Practices.; State; IITG State University of New York innovation grant; Awarded; (05/15/2016-06/01/2017)
  • Crowd-Learning: Research Agenda, Prototype Design and Supporting Evidence Collection. Co-PI.; Local; UB IMPACT grant; Awarded; (06/01/2015-06/01/2016)
  • SUNY Impact: Designing and Validating a Research-Based Model for Online SUNY Teaching (MOST).; State; NYSED; Awarded; (09/01/2014-07/01/2015)
Book or Monograph:
  • Miller, S.M. & Bruce, D.L. (Eds.) (2017 January). Special issue of English Journal: Reading and Composing with Video, 106(3).
Journal Article:
  • Farasat, A., Nikolaev, A., Miller, S. & Gopalsamy, R. (2017). Crowdlearning: Towards Collaborative Problem Posing at Scale. In Proceedings of the Fourth (2017) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale. Cambridge, MA.
  • Miller, S.M. & Bruce, D.L. (2017). Welcome to the 21st Century: New Literacies Stances to Support Student Learning with Digital Video Composing. English Journal, 106 (3), pp. 14-18.
  • Miller, S.M. & Bruce, D.L. (2015, April). A Situated Analysis of Multimodal Composing in Rural and Urban Classrooms: Disrupting Routines, Affording Resources for Disciplinary Understanding. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago.;
Invited Lectures:
  • Miller, S.M. & Bruce, D.L. (2016, February). Composing and reflecting on digital video poems. Opening address at the 4T Digital Writing Virtual Conference.;

    Contact Information

    568 Baldy Hall
    North Campus
    Phone: (716) 645-4071