Ann Neville Miller has actively taught, researched and served in the field of intercultural communication for more than 10 years. Graduating from the University of Georgia in 2005, she won the Gerald R. Miller dissertation award for her research on self-disclosure of positive diagnosis of HIV in Kenya. She has since established research programs on intercultural factors in health communication, instructional communication, and scholarly productivity of communication faculty in sub-Saharan Africa. She has published more than 35 peer-reviewed articles in journals like Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, Health Communication, Journal of Health Communication, AIDS and Behavior, and Communication Education, and co-edited a scholarly volume. Miller teaches courses in intercultural communication, persuasion, research methods and health communication. She is a member of the editorial board for the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication and Communication Education.
- Intercultural communication
- Health communication
- Instructional communication
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