Dr. Gordon Miller has been a member of the Southeastern faculty/staff since Fall 1999 as a member of the Senior Executive Leadership team and College of Education faculty. He has been the Director of the Southeastern Honors Program since its inception in 2008.
His educational experience includes teaching public high school (American History, Ancient History, Chorus, Drama, Biology), teaching public middle school (sixth and eighth grade English, Reading, History/Social Studies, Math), and private school administration (Assistant Principal, Mount Paran Christian School, Atlanta; Headmaster, Pine Castle Christian Academy, Orlando; and Headmaster, Victory Christian School, Orlando).
At the university level, he has taught Behavior and Classroom Management for Secondary Education; Teaching English Secondary; Teaching Social Science Secondary; Teaching Biology Secondary; Accounting for Non-Accountants; Missionary Life and Work; Honors Behavioral Personal Financial Stewardship, Honors Christ, Culture, and the University; Honors Understanding Human Diversity; and Honors Thesis Writing I and Honors Thesis Writing II. He has previously lead a student mission trip to Ghana, West Africa, and two student groups to Australia/New Zealand for Southeastern’s Summer Down Under study abroad program. He served as the chaplain for the men’s soccer team for five years and has been actively involved in numerous campus theatrical presentations and activities.