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Brian K Miller

Forestry and Natural Resources 

  • Adjunct Associate Professor
765.464.3601
217.333.8046
FORS Room 210
195 Marsteller Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2033

Awards & Honors

(2006) Seed for Success (ACORN) Award. Purdue University.

(2005) Award for Publication Excellence. . APEX Awards, Communications Concepts, Springfield Virginia.

(2004) Category 1 PAT Rating. NOAA Sea Grant.

(2004) Chair's Award. The Assembly of Sea Grant Extension Program Leaders.

(2004) Gold Award Web Page. Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals.

(2003) 2003 Gold Award for Spot Production. National Agricultural Communicators in Education.

(2003) Outstanding Professional Skill Award: Electronic Media - Audio. National Agricultural Communicators in Education.

(2002) Dean of Agriculture Team Award. Purdue University, School of Agriculture.

Selected Publications

Miller, B. (2006). Forest Stand Management - Managing Your Woodlot for Wildlife.

Miller, B. (2006). Master Naturalist Program in Floyd County.

Miller, B. (2006). Overview of FNR Extension - CSREES review.

Miller, B. (2006). Teaching Students about Wildlife Management in Your Classroom.

Miller, B. (2006). Woodland Wildlife Management - Forest Stand Management.

Miller, B. (2005). Miller, B. K. and P. C. Mankin. Strategic and Implementation Plan 2006-2010. 26 pp.

Miller, B. (2005). Managing Wildlife for Sustainable Forests-Managing Forests for Sustainable Wildlife. (FNR-258), 48. Retrieved from http://www.ces.purdue.edu/extmedia/FNR/FNR-258.pdf

Miller, B. (2005). Social and Natural Resource Values Important in Land Use Decision Making.

Miller, B. (2005). Engaging Scientists, Citizens and Local Officials To Transform Natural Resource Policies. 1.

Miller, B., Miller, A. K., & Tift, P. (2004). SGNIS: Expanding the Knowledge Base Globally.

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