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Mikhail Miller

Mikhail Miller Drexel University School of Education Mikhail Miller is a PhD student in the School of Education whose focus is on STEM education. He is particularly interested in Mathematics and Engineering education. He currently works with Drs. Christopher Wright and Brigitte Valesey. Mikhail is originally from Jamaica but earned his bachelor’s degree from Fisk University Nashville Tennessee and master’s degree from Tennessee State University. Prior to joining us at Drexel, Mikhail worked in multiple positions in the field of education starting out as a tutor for Mathematics and Physics while completing his undergraduate degree, to working as a substitute teacher at LEAD Academy in Nashville Tennessee. He was also the mathematics lab coordinator, and adjunct Math Instructor at his alma mater Fisk University. Mikhail’s research interest includes formal and informal learning, designing learning spaces related to formal and informal learning and representation of African American males in various levels of education. He is currently in the process of planning a project with the other members of his cohort that explores the relationship between formal and informal learning, virtual reality and international education.