Bronte' Miller

Associate Professor of Developmental Math

Bronté Miller, Associate Professor of Communications and Developmental Mathematics, has taught at Patrick Henry Community College since 1992.  A certified Developmental Education Specialist through the Kellogg Institute, Bronté received two Distinguished Faculty Awards at PHCC and was honored with a Teaching Excellence Award from the American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges in 2011.  Bronté holds certification as a Cooperative Education Trainer from the University of Minnesota and leads faculty workshops throughout the nation in active/cooperative learning through Virginia’s Southern Center for Active Learning Excellence.   She has also been a Faculty Coach for Global Skills for College Completion, a project funded by the Gates Foundation providing intense online training that increases student success through reflective pedagogical practice.  Bronté presents at premier education conferences (e.g., NADE, League for Innovation, AtD’s DREAM, AMATYC, and Virginia’s New Horizons) on pedagogy, cooperative learning, and developmental mathematics.