Dr. Shaleen Miller


Dr. Shaleen Miller

Adjunct Faculty


Environmental Planning, Healthy Communities, Sustainable Transportation, Green Infrastructure, and Natural Hazard Planning


Ph.D., Florida State University


Dr. Miller’s work lies in environmental planning, at the intersection of building health communities, green infrastructure, and social justice. She received her PhD in Urban & Regional Planning from Florida State University. 

She is committed to being active in her local space, including serving on advisory boards, speaking up on local issues, or volunteering on projects. Dr. Miller’s passion for teaching shows in her engaging and collaborative teaching style. She believes that education does change the world and that a class can create knowledge together. 

Courses Taught

GES 163 NC Environment (co-taught, cross-disciplinary)
GES 164 Intro to Environment
GES 367 Research in Environment & Sustainability
GES 482/682 Topics in Ethics & Aesthetics (Reading Environment)
GES 488/688 Special Topics Environment & Conservation (Education for Conservation)