Dr. Miller spent 8 years as a Process Engineer and Engineering Manager at two Tier 1 automotive suppliers. The first company was a Japanese transplant that supplied transmission casings, water and oil pumps, and valve covers to Toyota, Honda, and Nissan. At the second company, Rich was the Engineering Manager where he was responsible for developing and maintaining the tooling suppliers, internal capital projects, productivity, quality improvements, and problem solving across the supply chain, new product development coordination for the plant, customer (Ford, GM, and Dana-Spicer) technical relations, and implementation of Lean.
Munoz, L. Miller, R. J., & Martin Poole, S. (2016). Who are you going after? A practical
typology to generate engagement in professional student organizations. Marketing Education Review. 26(2). 105-118. Pedagogical research, peer reviewed.
Miller, R. J. & Maellaro, R. (2016). Getting to the root of the problem in experiential learning: Using problem solving and collective reflection to improve learning outcomes. Journal of Management Education. 40(2). 170-193. Pedagogical research, peer reviewed.
Munoz, L. Miller, R. J., & Martin Poole, S. (2016). Professional student organizations and experiential learning activities: What drives student intention to participate? Journal of Business for Education. 91(1). 45-51. Pedagogical research, peer reviewed.
Miller, R. J. (2015). Conducting service learning projects on a lean budget: Overcoming a non-profit’s zero-dollar budget request. Operations Management Education Review. 9(1). 89-108. Pedagogical research, peer reviewed.
Miller, R. J. Reward structure’s impact on buyer practices for sustainable supplier
selection. (2016, November). Decision Sciences Institute Meeting, Austin, Texas.
Miller, R. J. & Munoz, L. (2016, January). Complex start-ups: A thematic analysis into entrepreneur-opportunity fit concept. Presented at USASBE Meeting. San Diego, California.
Miller, R. J., Bell, R.G., Fodness, D., & Whittington, J.L, (2015, August). Sustainability through stakeholder value creation: The University of Dallas MBA. Panel Discussion at Academy of Management Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Fritz Roethlisberger Award for 2016 – Given to the best article in the Journal of Management Education