Dr. Paul Miller teaches physics at West Virginia University. His interests include physics education, informal science education, and learning new things. He specializes in the teaching of introductory physics for engineers and for elementary education majors, and he part of the WVUteach effort to recruit and train secondary STEM teachers. He is a former director of the National Youth Science Camp and is currently involved with the American Physical Society’s Division of Plasma Physics’ education and outreach effort. Dr. Miller received his BS in physics at the University of Wyoming, where he also completed a BA in secondary science education. He received his MS in physics from the University of Michigan. Dr. Miller taught in high schools in Oregon, Maryland, and West Virginia before returning to physics to complete his PhD at WVU. He is married to Betsy Miller and has two fun kids, Griffin and Nora Wren.