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Diane Lynn Miller, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor, Master of Social Work Program

Department: Social Work

Office: WH 385G
Phone Extension: x1069
Email Username: dmiller

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Publications



 

Selected Presentations

  • Miller, D. L. (2011, May). The Paradigm Debates in Social Work: Is Qualitative Scholarship the Means to a Mission-Based Paradigm? Paper presented at the 7th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne.  
  • Miller, D. L. (2011, April). Discussing and Teaching the Concept of Intersectionality. Paper presented at the Queer People of Color Conference, University of California, Riverside.  
  • Miller, D. L. (2010, October). Transforming Our Understanding of the Offense Cycle Using the Theory of Planned Behavior.  Paper presented at the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) 29th Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.  
  • Miller, D. L. (2010, October). Creating Sustainable Social Work Scholarship: Promoting Mission-Driven Paradigms of Knowledge Development.  Paper presented on the Feminist Scholarship track at the 2010 Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Portland, OR.  
  • Mejia, L., Miller. D. L., & Ortiz, L. (2010, October). Latino Youth’s Perceptions of the Impact of their Parents on their Academic Possible Selves. Paper presented at Silicon Valley Center for Global Innovation and Immigration’s National Immigration Conference, San Jose State University, CA.  
  • Pich, V., Miller, D. L., & Nakaoka, S. (2010, October). The Acculturation Experiences of Southeast Asian Refugee Fathers in Raising their Children in the U.S.  Paper presented at Silicon Valley Center for Global Innovation and Immigration’s National Immigration Conference, San Jose State University, CA.  
  • Miller, D. L. (2010, September). Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Understand Sexual Offending. Paper presented at the 15th International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma, San Diego, CA.  
  • Miller, D. L. (2009, April). Teaching Complex Social Concepts: The Case of Intersectionality.  Paper presented at the 12th CSU Regional Symposium on Teaching, CalPoly San Luis Obispo.  
  • Miller, D. L. (2008, April). Helping Graduate Students Integrate Theory and Practice: Active Learning Strategies.  Paper presented at the 11th CSU Regional Symposium on Teaching, CSU Pomona.  
  • Luke, K. P., Levin, D. S., Horner, P., Miller, D. L. (2007, May). Discourses of female sexuality and sexualized violence: Interdisciplinary explorations. Panel presented at the 3rd International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne.
  • Saunders, D., Miller, D. L., Hammock, A., Huerta M., & Perkins, S. (2005, January). The application of meta-theoretical frameworks to research on violence: A useful approach for social work research & practice? Roundtable presented at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Annual Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Keller-Cohen, D., Toler, A., Miller, D. L., Fiori, K., & Bybee, D. (2004, July). Social contact and communicative competence in the oldest old. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA), Honolulu, HI.
  • Miller, D. L. (2004, April). The metaphor of calibration. Invited response to Dr. Neil Malamuth’s presentation, Evolutionary psychology & sexual coercion at the University of Michigan School of Social Work’s Conversations Across Social Disciplines Series, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Miller, D. L. (2003, October). Research approaches and treatment protocols with female sexual perpetrators: Going beyond gender-biased and gender-blind approaches. Paper presented at the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) 22nd Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Miller D. L. & Burton, D. (2003, May). Characteristics of sexual abuse by female perpetrators: The victim-reports of delinquent young men. Poster presented at the National Adolescent Perpetrator Network (NAPN) Annual Conference, Cherry Hill, NJ.
  • Miller, D. L. (2002, December). Characteristics of sexual abuse by female perpetrators: The victim-reports of delinquent young men. Invited colloquium presented at the University of Toronto School of Social Work, Toronto, ON.
  • Miller, D. L. & Goodkind, S. (2002, February). A widening of the net of social control? ‘Gender-specific’ approaches with young women in the U.S. Juvenile Justice system. Invited paper presentation for recipients of the Henry J. Meyer Award, University of Michigan School of Social Work, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Goodkind, S. & Miller, D. L. (2002, March). Location, location, location: The impact of setting on research and researcher. Paper presented at the University of Michigan Graduate Student Conference in Qualitative Methods, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Miller, D. L. & Goodkind, S. (2001, August). Control mitigated by caring? An evaluation of an innovative art therapy program for delinquent young women. Paper presented at the California State University Monterey Bay & University of California Santa Cruz Critical Psychology Conference, Monterey Bay, CA.
  • Miller, D. L. (2000, September). Contested scholarship: Paradigms of knowledge development in Social Work. Paper presented at the University of Michigan School of Social Work Conference on Interdisciplinary Scholarship, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Miller, D. L. (1998, October). Adolescent perpetrators’ experiences of sexual abuse by females: A case-control study of incarcerated male sexual perpetrators and non-sexual offenders. Paper presented at the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders (ATSA) 17th Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC.


 

Awards and Honors

  • 2009 & 2010 -- Nominee, Lyle E. Gibson Dominguez Hills Distinguished Teacher Award, California State University, Dominguez Hills  
  • 2006-2007 -- Visiting Assistant Professor and Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Department of Psychology at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio  
  • 2006 -- Nominee, Rackham Distinguished Dissertation Award, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor  
  • 2002-2005 -- Pre-doctoral National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Trainee, Interdisciplinary Research Program on Violence and Mental Health Across the Lifespan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor            
  • 2005 --Harold T. and Vivian B. Shapiro Prize, University of Michigan School of Social Work  
  • 2003 -- Student Paper Award, American Society for Criminology, Division on Women & Crime  
  • 2001-- Henry J. Meyer Award, University of Michigan School of Social Work  
  • 2000 -- Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, University of Michigan Psychology Department


 

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