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Bradley Miller

Bradley Miller, Director of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Office of International Activities, has worked for ACS since 1999 developing programs, products, and services to advance chemical sciences through collaborations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. At ACS, the world’s largest single disciplinary scientific society, he works to create opportunities for chemistry to address global challenges through in-person and web-based scientific network development and research and educational exchange. In 2006 Miller was recipient of an NSF Discovery Corps Fellowship to catalyze and sustain US/Brazil collaboration in chemistry of biomass conversions to biofuels. He has worked for university-based international programs, for a higher education association focused on principles of quality assurance for transnational educational offerings, and for a private voluntary organization dedicated to international allied-health sciences. With a Ph.D. from the University of Arizona (and research interests / experience in scientific, professional and academic mobility), a master's degree from the University of Northern Colorado and a baccalaureate degree from University of Virginia - Wise, Brad speaks French, Spanish and Portuguese and has published nine articles and book chapters. Brad and his wife, Rebecca, live in Gerrardstown, WV.


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