Melissa L. Miller

Dr. Melissa L. Miller is a faculty member at the University of Southern California (USC). Her primary roles are the head librarian for the Hoose Library of Philosophy and a humanities librarian. She is the subject specialist, collection development and research, for the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences departments of philosophy, religion, anthropology, linguistics, comparative literature, and the history of science and technology, and offers research consultations, information literacy instruction, and assessment for both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Melissa is also a teaching faculty member for the Marshall School of Business, master of management in library and information science (MMLIS). As an assistant university professor, she teaches research and professional leadership applications for the internship program. Prior to USC, she worked in the corporate sector for nearly two decades (1991–2009), where she held several leadership positions.

 

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