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The University of Cincinnati appointed Richard Miller as department head of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management in the College of Engineering and Applied Science. His first official day in this role will be Aug. 15.
Miller served as the interim department head for the past year, where he expanded the faculty and staff rosters, reorganized and focused responsibilities and policies, and improved the department’s accreditation process.
“We are pleased to have his expertise and leadership in this role. His dedication to this position, the department, and college is much appreciated,” Interim Dean Paul Orkwis said.
“I am confident that he will continue to bring value in this position and contribute to the mission of our college,” he said.
Miller has 30 years of experience at UC, where he teaches and conducts research in the areas of pre-stressed concrete structures and bridges, how material damage affects structural performance, nondestructive testing of concrete, and performance of civil engineering materials.
He has dozens of publications, peer-reviewed articles, lectures, presentations and has more than 20 advisees over his career. In addition, Miller has significant grant and contract experience with local, state and federal funding agencies, including the National Academies. His administrative experience includes serving as interim vice provost for Academic Affairs and chair of the UC Faculty Senate.
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