College of Health Professions
School of Health Sciences
B.S. Health Studies
Katye R. Miller received her PhD in Human Development and Family Science at The Ohio State Univerisity in June 2012. Dr. Miller is a part-time faculty member at Walden University, beginning in January 2019. She teaches Aging Across the Lifespan, Concepts of Health Promotion, Stress Management, and is a Dissertation mentor. She has also taught a variety of other courses at other universities. Dr. Miller has researched topics such as family influences on sexual behavior, various constructs around HIV, and adolescent behavior. She is also interested in the role distributions of the second shift in duel-earner families. She has nearly 15 years experience in the field of college health and wellness.
HLTH 2115 - Aging Across the Lifespan
PhD, The Ohio State University - Columbus, OH United States
MS, University of Kentucky - Lexington, KY United States
BS, University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH United States
Ohio Special Olympics, Volunteer - Columbus , OH United States
Awards / Honors
Outstanding Advisor Award, The Ohio State University African American Heritage Festival, 2010
Recognition Award by the OSU Office for Disability Services for Service and Support to Students Living with Disabilities, The Ohio State University Disability Service, 2011
Kerr, Z. Y., Grafsky, E. L., Miller, K. R., Love, R. (2011). Stressors and coping strategies for HIV-test counselors giving rapid HIV-test results: An exploratory, qualitative study. AIDS Patient Care and STDs.
Miller, K. R. (2013). Coaching peer ‘counselors’: Rewards and Challenges. BACCHUS Regional Conference.
Miller, K. R. (2013). Meeting them where they are! A new approach to HIV testing. American College Professional Association Annual Convention.
Miller, K. R., Bangen, M. (2014). Research to practice: Utilizing data from sexual consent focus groups to inform programs, services, and policies. ACHA.
Miller, K. R., Bangen, M. (2014). Research to practice: Utilizing data from sexual consent focus groups to inform programs, services, and policies. OSU Research and Assessment Conference.
Miller, K. R. (2011). Using Photovoice as a Health Promotion Tool. American College Health Association Annual Meeting.