Lindsay M. Miller
Lindsay has filled various teaching, research, and leadership roles at the University of Colorado Denver since 2014. She has taught as an adjunct faculty member in the English Department, a teaching assistant in the Ethnic Studies department, and a research assistant in the Master of Social Sciences and Humanities Department. She has also worked on projects to directly impact university policy. In 2015 she conducted a feasibility study for Greek Life on CU Denver’s campus, and in 2016 she authored a Diversity and Inclusion Plan for the Office of Student Life, for which she was nominated for the University of Colorado President’s Diversity Award.
Lindsay has published multiple articles and book chapters on the intersection of culture, politics, and social change. Her writing has been featured in academic sources, such as the White Privilege Conference’s journal Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, as well as in popular sources like Thought Catalog. She has co-authored book chapters on figures such as John Dewey and Jane Addams and written articles for the National Civic Review on issues related to urban growth, equitable development, and racial equity.
She holds a Master of Social Sciences in Social Justice and is completing her Master of Public Administration from the University of Colorado Denver.