EdD in Education, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
MBA in Business Administration, Southeastern University, Lakeland, FL
MEd. in Educational Administration & Supervision, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
BS in History, Secondary Education, Lee College (now Lee University), Cleveland, TN
Prior to coming to Southeastern University in Fall 1999, Dr. Gordon Miller had extensive background experience in public and private education (teaching and administration), as well as experience in ministry as a Sunday School teacher, Director of Children's Ministries, with international travel ministry in Ghana, India, Jamaica, Brazil, and Thailand. During his tenure at Southeastern he has held various academic and leadership positions: Vice President and Executive Assistant to the President, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Director of the Southeastern University Honors Program, and, currently, Dean of the School of Honors. In addition he has taught classes in the College of Education, the Jannetides College of Business, Communication, and Leadership, and the Barnett College of Ministry and Theology.
Dr. Miller's deep passion is for his students. He was the founding Director of the Honors Program and has overseen its growth and development since it was established in Fall 2009. Due to its continual growth, in 2018, the Honors Program transitioned to become the School of Honors with Dr. Miller serving as the Dean. In addition to his academic and administrative leadership, he has maintained an active presence on the SEU campus, involved in various other areas of student life during his tenure, including serving as Chaplain of the Men's Soccer team, leading a student mission trip to Ghana, West Africa, and leading two student study trips to Australia/New Zealand as part of Southeastern's then Summer Down Under Study Abroad program. Most recently he assisted in an Honors-specific Study tour in Israel in Spring 2019.
Honors & Recognitions:
Southeastern Excellence in Academic Advising Award - 2022
Cambridge Who's Who of Executives and Professionals - 2007
Who's Who Among America's Teachers - 2004, 2005, 2006
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society - 1999