Cheryl K. Miller
Senior Assistant Dean
Phone: (316) 978-6659
Cheryl Miller is a senior assistant dean for Fairmount College. She is responsible for general public relations and marketing work for Fairmount College, including the college newsletter, college website and catalog revisions. She coordinates the college tenure and promotion process, chair evaluations and annual college faculty elections. She is the liaison between faculty governance committees and the dean and is the liaison to the College of Education for teacher licensure and certification. Other duties include teaching a section of Comm 301, Writing for the Mass Audience, or Comm 502, Public Information Writing; serving as college commencement coordinator; and coordinating major college events such as Constitution Day and the Watkins Visiting Professorship Lecture Series.
Her campus committee service record includes Academic Operations Council; Unclassified Professional Senate; Website Redevelopment Task Force; Kansas Scholastic Press Association judge; Fairmount College Advisory Committee; and Fairmount College Strategic Planning Committee.
Her professional memberships include the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences, National Federation of Press Women, Kansas Professional Communicators and Wichita Professional Communicators.
In 2016, she was named Communicator of Achievement by the Kansas Professional Communicators. This award considers professional achievement, community service and service to the National Federation of Press Women, Kansas Professional Communicators and Wichita Professional Communicators.
She has received numerous editing and writing awards, the most recent including:
A complete list of awards is available upon request.
She earned a Master of Arts in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University. She holds a Bachelor of General Studies in Communication and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Personnel Administration from Wichita State University. Her interests include birding, hiking and singing. She is a voting member of the Kansas Bird Records Committee. She also sings in the Wichita Symphony Chorus.