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Laurie A. Miller

Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Curriculum and Associate Professor of Practice in Economics
Office of the Dean
HLH 301 G
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
(402) 472-0471
lmiller29@unl.edu
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Education
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2012
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2006
B.A., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2005
Vita
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Dr. Laurie A. Miller is the associate dean of undergraduate programs and curriculum. In this role, she manages the undergraduate business programs ranked among the top 35 public schools by U.S. News & World Report.

As associate professor of practice of economics, she served as a Secrest Teaching Fellow and member of several department and college committees. She earned multiple teaching awards including Certificates of Recognition for Contributions to Students and the College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award. Before joining the faculty at Nebraska, Miller served an economics instructor at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh for three years. 

Her primary research interests are in labor economics and applied microeconomics. Miller has published research in Review of Economics of the Household, International Journal of Manpower, British Journal of Industrial Relations, The Manchester School, Empirical Economics and Environmental Studies and Sciences. This research explored workplace stress, workers’ job satisfaction, the effect of flexible working arrangements on the U.S. workforce, the impact on employees of family friendly policies such as financial support and family leave for caregivers, and wages and wage dispersion, among other topics.

Miller received her Ph.D. and master''s degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.

Seacrest Teaching Fellow – UNL College of Business, 2018, 2019

College of Business Administration Excellence in Teaching Award – UNL, 2014 -2015

Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students – UNL Teaching Council and Parents Association, 2019

Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students – UNL Teaching Council and Parents Association, 2018

Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students – UNL Teaching Council and Parents Association, 2017

Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students – UNL Teaching Council and Parents Association, 2015

Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students – UNL Teaching Council and Parents Association, 2013

UNL ASUN Outstanding Educator Award Finalist for classes over 60 students, 2013-2014

Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Macroeconomics

Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Economics of the Labor Market