Stay ConnectedReceive News and Updates:
Subscribe to our newsletter.
“Helped me get an internship”“I loved my Managing Ourselves experience. I’d attend again, but I can’t because I got a summer internship [in London]. When I interviewed the recruiter loved the idea of Managing Ourselves; he asked me a lot of questions about it and I think, ultimately, it helped me get the spot. I also wrote about Managing Ourselves for one of my common app college essays. I’ll get the word out and will be more than happy to share my fantastic experience.” - Scott, 2011 MO graduate
John Miller, Ph.D.
John Miller, Ph.D.'s details
- University: Bucknell University
- John Miller, Ph.D.'s presentations
Dr. Miller, now Professor Emeritus at Bucknell University, was Christian R. Lindback Professor of Management until his retirement in 2005. He was visiting professor at École Supérieure de Commerce du Centre in Tours, France and at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan; Director of Admissions and Student Affairs at Yale University’s School of Organization and Management; and a consultant to theAmerican Management Association’s A merican Foundation for Management Research.
Miller also served as Academic Director of the National Urban Fellows programs at Yale and Bucknell. He is a Fellow of the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Miller holds an A. B. in Economics (with honors) from Stanford University, a Diplom–Certificate in German Studies from the University of Munich, an MBA from INSEAD (European Institute of Business Administration; Fontainebleau, France) and a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Rochester.
The Journal of Management Education, Newsweek, BusinessWeek and The Chronicle of Higher Education have featured Miller’s experiential learning model, and Miller has spoken about it at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, the Academy of Management and the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society.
Miller’s experiential learning model is in use at dozens of institutions of higher education. These include the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Babson College, the University of Oklahoma and Bucknell University, in the wildly popular experiential management class that Miller started some 30 years ago.