Professor of Counselor Education
Chair of Counselor Education
Campus Box 4036
Building Earl Center
Dr. Katrina R. Miller completed a bachelor's degree in Sociology and minored in Women's Studies at University of Alaska, Anchorage in 1993. She earned an M.Ed. in Rehabilitation Counseling from Western Oregon University in Monmouth, in 1996, and a doctorate in Deaf Education from Lamar University at Beaumont, Texas, in 2001. In 2016, Dr. Miller completed a graduate certificate in E-Learning & Online Teaching at Emporia State University.
Dr. Miller is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a Board Certified-Telemental Health Provider, and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Kansas. Miller has worked with Deaf communities at Alaska, Oregon, Arkansas, and North Carolina, providing a range of services such as sign language interpreting, counseling, case management, and client and program advocacy.
Dr. Miller’s primary research interest is due process for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals who interact with the justice system; and, human service provision to socially marginalized users of non-standard sign language.
Dr. Miller is a professor in the Department of Counselor Education. She divides her time serving as Chair of the department, and teaching online in the Clinical Counseling program.