About Joanna Miller
MILLER, JOANNA is lead journalism faculty at Moorpark College, teaching writing and mass communications courses and advising the student newspaper, which covers three community college campuses. She has also taught part-time at the California State University, Northridge, and has taught newspaper writing at the University of California, Los Angeles to students joining the Daily Bruin staff. Before teaching, Miller was a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Ventura County edition for eight years, where she covered environment and health, filled in on education, government, and the editing desk. She previously reported two years at the Ventura County Star. She has also worked in public relations. Miller holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from California State Univesity, Fresno, completing the final year of study at the University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada. She earned her Master’s degree in science writing from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore in 1987. She lives in Simi Valley with her husband, a newspaper editor, and her two middle-school age children.
- Was accepted for Dec 10-15 2006 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Joanna Miller (includes contributory writing):
- Stick like a Gecko
- Using gecko feet as their guide, UC Berkeley scientists are developing new adhesive fibers that will allow new products for the future.