Dr. Paul Miller is a Teaching Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. His teaching focuses primarily on the first semester of calculus-based general physics in which he has introduced undergraduate learning assistants and overseen multiple changes in format. He also teaches conceptual physics for elementary education majors using the research-based Physics for Everyday Thinking curriculum. In this latter effort, he’s part of a nationwide faculty online learning community aimed at improving the teaching of preservice elementary education teachers. Dr. Miller has eleven years of secondary teaching experience from high schools in Oregon, Maryland, and West Virginia and is a former director of the National Youth Science Camp. He was a Wyoming delegate in 1987 to the NYSCamp and served on staff for a number of years. His interests include physics education, informal science education, and physics demonstrations.