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Dr. Khadijah O. Miller

Dr. Khadijah O. Miller
Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Office: Brown 211.02
Phone: (757) 823-2864


Expertise: U.S. black women’s history; interdisciplinary; online learning and digital divide; African American women’s health
Courses: Principles of Interdisciplinary Studies, The Black Woman, Approaches to Critical Thinking, Senior Seminar, Interdisciplinary Research Methods


Khadijah O. Miller is a professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and interim dean of the Robert C. Nusbaum Honors College. She earned her PhD in African American Studies with a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies from Temple University, Philadelphia. Prior to joining the faculty at NSU, she served as director of the Women’s Studies program and Women’s Center and Rosemont College, Pennsylvania. She has taught classes in Women’s Studies, African American Studies, and Interdisciplinary Studies. She has served as the chair of the Interdisciplinary Studies program from 2007 -2014 and chair of the HINTS department, 2014-2020. She is chair of the University’s Black History Month Committee and serves on a plethora of cross-campus committees that support student engagement and culturally-enriched programming. Her current research interests and projects include: the Black Lives Matter movement and Black professional women; the physiological and psychological impact of racism on the health of Black women and Black womanist ethics. She is the happy mother of two daughters.

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