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Dr. Bertha Miller

Dr. Bertha Miller

Dr. Bertha Miller
Professor of History, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor

Office: Barber Bldg, 223
Phone: 672-2431
Fax: 672-1470
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  • Ph.D., American / African American History, Duke University
  • M.A., American History, Case Western Reserve University
  • B.S., Sociology and Social Sciences, Hampton University
  • Executive Leadership Summit, Hampton University, 2003
  • NCATE Board of Examiners Training, NCATE, 1995 and 2000
  • NC State Program Approval Team Training, NCDPI, 1989 and 2002
  • Summer Study in West Africa, Howard University, 1973 
  • Dean of School of Education 1988-1994;
  • Interim VC for Academic Affairs 1994-1996;
  • Dean of College of Arts and Sciences 1996-2004, FSU.
  • Reviewer Teacher Enhancement Grants, U.S. Department of Education, 1999-Present
  • Text Book Reviewer for African American Lives by Carson, Lapsanky-Werner and Nash, Longman Publishers, Feb. 2006.
  • NC-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (NC-LSAMP) FSU CAMP; A&T State University and NSF Grant Amount: 1996--$69,000; 1997--$69,000; 1998--2003-$428,000; 2003--2004-$119,000 


  • HIST 210 African American History
  • HIST 460 Topics in American History 


  • History of Fayetteville State University
  • Charles Waddell Chesnutt
  • Blacks in North Carolina 


  • “Leisure and Popular Culture in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era,” essay, in An Encyclopedia of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Vol. 1 edited by John D. Buenker and Joseph Buenker, M. E. Sharpe Publishers, NY, 2005, pp. 108-117.
  • “Madame C. J. Walker,” pp. 997-998; “The NAACP,” pp. 697-698; and “The National Afro-American League (1887-1908),”p. 695, articles in An Encyclopedia of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Vol. 2.
  • Presentation, I Pod Interview, Under the Tree, Meredith Williams, “History of FSU,” November 10, 2006.
  • “E.E. Smith: Fifty Years of Service to FSU,” PowerPoint Continuous Presentation, Archives Week in FSU Library, October 23-27, 2006. 
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