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Dr. Mark David Milliron
Co-Founder & Chief Learning Officer
Civitas Learning
100 Congress, Suite 300
Austin, Texas 78701
mark.milliron@civitaslearning.com

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BRIEF BIO

*Taken from a recent introduction:

Dr. Mark David Milliron is an award-winning leader, author, speaker, and consultant, who works with universities, community colleges, K-12 schools, foundations, corporations, associations, and government agencies across the country and around the world. He is Co-Founder and Chief Learning Officer of Civitas Learning, a social-purpose corporation committed to using the best of data science and design thinking to help students learn well and finish strong on education pathways. In previous roles, Mark served as the Deputy Director for Postsecondary Improvement with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; founding Chancellor of WGU Texas; Endowed Fellow and Director of the National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development at The University of Texas at Austin; Vice President for Education and Medical Practice with SAS; and President and CEO of the League for Innovation in the Community College.

He is a member of numerous boards and advisory groups, including the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), the Global Online Academy, the Texas Student Success Council, and the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME), the parent organization of OER Commons and the Big Ideas Fest. Past board service includes the American Council on Education (ACE), Western Governors University (WGU), and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

In 1999, The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Education named Mark a Distinguished Graduate for his service to the education field. In 2007, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) presented him with its prestigious National Leadership Award. In 2013 he was inducted into the United States Distance Learning Association’s (USDLA) Hall of Fame. And in 2016 he was chosen by the Chronicle of Higher Education as one of the “Top Technology Innovators” in higher education.

Regardless of all of his activities and accomplishments, he will quickly tell you that the most important job and the greatest blessing in his life is serving as Julia’s husband, and as father to Alexandra, Richard, Marcus, and Max.


EXPERIENCE

2011-Current
Co-Founder and Member, Board of Directors
Chief Learning Officer (since 2013)
Civitas Learning, Austin TX
2011 – 2013
Chancellor
WGU Texas, Austin, TX
2009-2011
Deputy Director, Postsecondary Improvement
US Programs
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, WA
2007-Current
Founder and Senior Fellow
Catalyze Learning International (CLI), Newland, NC
2004 – 2006
Vice President, Education and Medical Practice
SAS Institute Inc, Cary, NC
1999 – 2004
President and Chief Executive Officer
The League for Innovation in the Community College, Phoenix, AZ
1998 – 2006
Distinguished Visiting Faculty Member, College of Education
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Feb 1999- November 1999
Executive Director, Global Learning Initiatives
Oracle Corporation
1996-1999
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
The League for Innovation in the Community College, Mission Viejo, CA
1995-1996
Vice President for Academic and Student Services
Mayland Community College, Spruce Pine, NC
1994
Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Educational and Student Development
Maricopa County Community College District, Tempe, AZ
1992-1994
Senior Kellogg Research Fellow, Department of Educational Administration
Instructor, Department of Communication
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

HONORS, ASSOCIATIONS,
AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

  • (2011-2012) 21st Century Commission on the Future of the Community College, American Association of Community Colleges, Washington DC
  • (2011-2014)  Board of Trustees, MyCollege Foundation
  • (2008-2013) Board of Advisors, Kronos Workfoce Institute
  • 2011 8th Annual Patterson Land-Grant University Lecture, The Ohio State University
  • 2011 Judge, 2011 Milken-University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education Business Plan Competition, Networking Education Entrepreneurs for Social Transformation
  • 2010 National Leadership Award, National Council of Continuing Education and Training (NCCET)
  • (2004-2010) Member, Board of Trustees, Western Governors University; Chair, Academic Policy Committee
  • (2009-2010) Chair, Board of Trustees, Spruce Pine Montessori School (NC)
  • 2007 National Leadership Award, American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)
  • (2009-2010) Board Member, Avery County Community Foundation
  • (2004-2009) Editorial Board Member, Innovate: Journal of Online Education
  • (2002-2010) Member, National Advisory Board, University of Texas System Telecampus
  • (2008-2009) Member, Adobe Systems Incorporated eLearning Advisory Board
  • (2006-2010) National Distinguished Advocate, Center for Renewal and Wholeness in Higher Education, Richland College (TX)
  • (2001-2009) National Advisory Board, Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • (2007-2008) Technical Advisory Panel on 12th Grade Preparedness and the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), National Assessment Governing Board
  • (2006-2007) Suanne Davis Roueche Endowed Fellow, College of Education, University of Texas at Austin
  • 2006 Kamm Distinguished Lecturer, College of Education, Oklahoma State University
  • (2005-2006) Member, Board of Directors, Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • (2005-2007) Member, National Advisory Board, William and Ida Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, NC State University
  • (2005-2006) Member, Chief Learning Officer Graduate Program Advisory Board, co-sponsored by the Graduate School of Education of the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton Executive Education.
  • (2004-2007) Appointed by U.S. Secretary of Education to serve a three-year term on the National Advisory Board of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID).
  • (2002-2007) Member, Council of Academic Management, eArmyU (now GoArmyEd)
  • (2002-2008) Member, National Advisory Board, College and Career Transitions Initiative, A joint project of the Office of Adult and Vocational Education (OVAE), U.S. Department of Education, and the League for Innovation in the Community College.
  • (2000-2005) Member, Board of Advisors, SMARTHINKING.com
  • (1998-2007) Distinguished Adjunct Faculty, University of Texas at Austin, College of Education, Department of Educational Administration.
  • (2005) O’Banion Prize Recipient; annual award given by PBS in recognition of transformational work in support of teaching and learning
  • (2004-2010) Appointed Senior League Consultant, League for Innovation in the Community College (www.league.org)
  • (2004) Suanne Davis Roueche Distinguished Lecturer, Presented at National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (www.nisod.org), University of Texas at Austin
  • (2003) Education Advisor, U.S. Partnership for 21st Century Skills (www.21stcenturyskills.org)
  • (2003) Member, Advisory Committee, Community College International Study Program (CCISP), Salzburg Seminar
  • (2002-2003) Member, Board of Directors, American Council on Education (ACE)
  • (2002-2003) Columnist for Converge Magazine, In the Balance
  • (2002) Special Guest and Keynote Speaker for the Annual Institute on Technical Education and Singapore Polytechnics’ Tay Eng Soon Symposium on Lifelong Learning, Singapore
  • (2002) Visiting Faculty, University of Toronto, Higher Education Administration Program
  • (2002-2003) Member, National Best Practice Selection Committee, MetLife Foundation Initiative on Student Success
  • (2002-2003) Member, National Advisory Board, ERIC Clearinghouse for Community Colleges, University of California at Los Angeles
  • (2001-2002) MetLife Foundation, Community College Excellence Awards, National Review Panel
  • (2001-2003) Board Member, Emerging Technology Center of the Americas
  • (2001) Robert Wood Johnson Executive Leadership Program Mentor
  • (2000) One of 28 educational professionals chosen as Shapers of the Future:2000, Converge Magazine, August, 2000
  • (2000-2003) Board Member, Leaders Foundation, American Association of Women in the Community College(AAWCC)/National Institute for Leadership Development (NILD)
  • (2000-2002) Committee Member, National Alliance of Business Distinguished Performance Awards
  • (2000-2003) Advisory Board and Consultant, Vanguard Learning College Project, League for Innovation in the Community College
  • (2000-2004) Member, National Advisory Council, The Chauncey Group International (the for profit arm of the Educational Testing Service)
  • (1999) Member, Board of Directors, Information Technology Association of America (ITAA)
  • (1999-2004) National Advisory Panel Member, National Assessment of Vocational Education (NAVE), U.S. Department of Education
  • (1999) Distinguished Graduate Award, University of Texas at Austin, College of Education
  • (1999) Member, National Advisory Council to the Ohio Board of Regents for Efficiency Excellence Challenge
  • (1998-2002) Board Member, Community College Research Center, Columbia Teachers College
  • (1998) Invited as one of five expert witnesses to testify to the U.S. House of Representatives Hearing on Community Colleges in the 21st Century: Tackling Technology. Subcommittee on Technology, Committee on Science. Washington D. C.
  • (1998) Member of the American Association of Community College (AACC) National Commission on Academic, Student, and Community Development
  • (1998) Kentucky’s Jesse Stuart Author and Educator Award, Presented at the 1998 Ashland Teaching and Learning Conference
  • (1998-2000) Founding Member of the Microsoft/Compaq National Community College Advisory Council
  • (1998-2000) 4C@One Advisory Committee on Technology-Enhanced Learning, A State-Wide Advisory Council for a $2 million DeAnza College grant to create a state resource for faculty staff development in the use of technology in instruction
  • (1997-1998) Member, Presidential Advisory Panel on the “Responsiveness of Higher Education to Business and Industry.” Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) and the U.S. Departments of Commerce and Labor
  • (1997) Member, National Advisory Council to the Ohio Board of Regents for Technology Funding
  • (1996) Senior Scholarship Award, Council of Universities and Colleges
  • To the authors of Strangers in Their Own Land: Part-Time Faculty in American Community Colleges
  • (1996) Member, ACCENT Education
  • A Mitchell County (NC) Education and Economic Development Initiative
  • (1996) Vocational Service Director, Rotary International, Spruce Pine, NC
  • (1996) American Association of Community Colleges Top-Ten Best Selling Publications
  • To the authors of Strangers in Their Own Land: Part-Time Faculty in American Community Colleges
  • (1996) PBS Feature Educational Publication, Strangers in Their Own Land: Part-Time Faculty in the American Community College
  • (1995) Member, Council of Universities and Colleges, American Association of Community Colleges, Washington, D.C.
  • (1993-94) Kellogg Research Fellowship, Community College Leadership Program, The University of Texas at Austin
  • (1992) International Communication Association’s Teaching Excellence Award, Arizona State University, Awarded by the Instructional Development Division, International Communication Association
  • (1990) Summa Cum Laude Graduate, Arizona State University
  • (1989-1990) Regents Scholar, Arizona State University

EDUCATION

September 2005
Center for Creative Leadership
Leadership at the Peak Program
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May 1995
University of Texas at Austin
Ph.D., Educational Administration
Areas of Study: Institutional and Instructional Leadership, Teaching and Learning Excellence, Organizational Communication and Management Theory
Dissertation: Toward a Model of Part-Time Faculty Integration in American Community Colleges
______________________________
May 1992
Arizona State University
M.A., Organizational Communication
Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
Areas of Study:Organizational Communication/Organizational Behavior Management
Thesis: Studying Individuals in Organizational Cultures: Organizational Identification and Inclusion
______________________________
August 1990
Arizona State University
B.S., Organizational Communication, Summa Cum Laude
Hugh Downs School of Human Communication

PUBLICATIONS

  • Milliron, M.D. & Brantley, A. (2010). An Education and Training Imperative: Getting the Workforce Ready to Meet Dramatic Change. In Maroney, J., Creating the Workforce–and Results–You Seek.The Workforce Institute at Kronos; 1st edition (October 1, 2010).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Plinske, K. (2009). Building for a New Generation of Learning: Catalytic Conversations for the Educational Publisher. Publishing Research Quarterly, 25(1), 1-11.
  • Goodnight, J. & Milliron M.D. (2009). Educating for Global Competitiveness: Five Policies for Meeting the Education Challenge. Intelligence Quarterly: Journal of Advanced Analytics, 09Q4, 23-26
  • Hardy, D. & Milliron, M.D. (2009) Speaking Personally with Darcy Hardy. American Journal of Distance Education, 23 (4) 224.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2008) Build Digital Muscle. In “Dear Mister President: Letters to the Incoming Administration.” Scholastic Administrator (www.scholastic.com).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2008) Technology Can Help. In “State Scholars Initiative National Summit on Academic Rigor and Relevance: Summit Proceedings”, 11-12.
  • Milliron, M.D., Plinske, K. & Noonan, C. (2008). Building for a New Generation of Learning: Conversations to Catalyze our Construction. Planning for Higher Education, Oct-Dec, 36 (5): 5-12.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2008). Making a World of Difference in Education: Dramatic Change, Transcendent Learning, and Transformational Steps. SAS Press, Cary (NC).
  • Milliron, M.D. and Hardy, D. (2008). On a New Generation of Learning. American Journal of Distance Education, Summer, 22 (3).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2008). Catalyzing Positive Change in Education: The Four Pillars. SAS Press. Cary (NC).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2008). Assessment: A Word from the Wise. Broadcast: The Journal for the Scottish Further Education Unit, Summer, 79, 14-15.
  • Milliron, M.D. & de los Santos, G.E. (2007). Learning, Diversity, and the Road Ahead. Diverse Issues in Higher Education. May, 14, 24 (4).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2007). Don’t Stop Believing: The Four Pillars of Authentic Leadership. Great Leadership 1 (2): 3.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2007). Saying Goodbye to the Two-Year College? Leadership Abstracts, 20 (12).
  • de los Santos, G.E. & Milliron, M.D. (2007). Learning and the Road Ahead. League Press, Phoenix (AZ).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2007). Fundraising at the Top of the Star. In Babitz, B. Growing Giving. Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), Washington, D.C.
  • Milliron M.D. (2007). Transcendence and Globalization: Our Education and Workforce Development Challenge.In Valeau, E. & R. Raby (Eds). International Reform Efforts and Challenges in Community Colleges. New Directions in the Community College, Spring, 2007. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA
  • Milliron, M.D. (2007). Insight Initiatives. Educause Review, 42 (2), March/April.
  • Mendenhall, R.W. & Milliron, M.D. (2007). Challenging the Myths about Online Learning. Innovation Abstracts, 29 (15).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2006). The Power to Know You’re Making a Difference: Embracing Insight Initiatives in Education. Campus Technology, August.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2006). The Power to Know You’re Making a Difference: Embracing Insight Initiatives in Education. White Paper, SAS Press: Cary (NC).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2005). Technology and Education: Ten Emerging Insights. White Paper, SAS Press: Cary (NC).
  • Milliron, M.D. & de los Santos, G.E. (2005). Making the Most of Community Colleges. Best Practices, Winter 2005, 1-19.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Clampett, M. (2005). Learning, Earning and Beyond.SASCom Magazine, Third Quarter, Cary (NC).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Griffith, R. (2005). What Do We Expect? A Special Report for Education, SAS Press: Cary (NC).
  • de los Santos, G. E., & Milliron, M. D. (2005). Bridges to Tomorrow: America’s Community College Dynamics and Trends. Bridging Higher Education to the States. University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
  • Milliron, Mark David (2005). Foreword. In Floyd, Deborah L., Skolnik, Michael L. & Walker, Kenneth P. (Eds).The Community College Baccalaureate: Emerging Trends and Policy Issues. (pp. ix-xi). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing LLC.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Griffith, R. (2005). What Do We Expect? Community College Week: Special Technology Edition, March, 2005.
  • Tyree, L., Milliron, M.D., & de los Santos, G.E. (2004). Leadership Dialogues: Community College Case Studies to Consider. League Press, Phoenix (AZ).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Wilson, C. (2004). No Need to Invent Them: Community Colleges and Their Place in the Education Landscape. Change, Nov-Dec; Heldref Publications: Washington, D.C.
  • Sanders, T. & Milliron, M.D. (2004). Foreword. Keeping America’s Promise, Boswell, K. & Wilson C.D. (Eds.).Education Commission of the States: Denver, CO.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Prentice, M. (Eds.) (2004). Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, February, 8 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2004). The Courage to Learn. Learning Abstracts, 7 (4).
  • Milliron, M.D. (Jan 1997-Jan 1999; April 2001-2004). Senior Editor, Leadership Abstracts. League for Innovation in the Community College: Phoenix (AZ).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Prentice, M. (2004). Technology in the Learning College. Chapter in The Learning College for the 21st Century: Beyond the Paradigm Shift, McPhail C. (Ed.). Community College Press: Washington, D.C.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Prentice, M. (2004). Anytime, Anyplace and the Community College: Ten Emerging Insights.Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, February, 8 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Prentice, M. (2004). The Road to DotCalm in Education. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, February, 8 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2004). Crunch Time. Chronicle of Higher Education Colloquy (moderated by Jamilah Evelyn),Chronicle of Higher Education.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Warford L. (2004). College and Career Transitions Initiative. Interview Profile on Microsoft Community College website, May.
  • Milliron, M.D. & de los Santos, G.E. (2004). Making the Most of Community Colleges on the Road Ahead.Community College Journal of Research and Practice, February, 28, 105-122.
  • Milliron, M.D., de los Santos, G.E., & Browning, B, (Eds.). (2003). Successful Approaches to Fundraising and Development.New Directions in the Community College, Number 124, Winter 2003. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA.
  • Milliron, M.D., de los Santos, G.E. (2003). Feels Like Third Wave: The Rise of Fundraising in the Community College. Chapter in Successful Approaches to Fundraising and Development.Milliron, M.D., de los Santos, G.E., & Browning, B, eds. New Directions in the Community College, Number 124, 81-93, Winter 2003. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA.
  • Roueche, J.E., Milliron, M.D., & Roueche, S.D. (2003). The Power of Practical Magic: Perspectives from Teaching Excellence Award Recipients. Celebrations, University of Texas at Austin’s NISOD Publications.
  • Roueche, J.E., Milliron, M.D., & Roueche, S.D. (2003). The Power of Practical Magic: Perspectives from Teaching Excellence Award Recipients. Community College Journal, 74 (1), 34-39.
  • Roueche, J.E., Milliron, M.D., & Roueche, S.D. (2003). Practical Magic: On the Front Lines of Teaching Excellence. The Community College Press: Washington, D.C.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2003). A Time for the Community and its Colleges. Broadcast: The Journal for the Scottish Further Education Unit, Summer, 60, 35-38.
  • Nielsen, N., Baird, D., Browning, B., and Milliron, M.D. (Eds.) (2003). Building a Workforce System Through Partnering. Phoenix: League for Innovation in the Community College, Microsoft Corporation.
  • Flynn, T.R, Milliron, M.D., de los Santos, G.E., & Miles, C.M. (2003). Homeland Security and the Community College: A Vibrant Present and Vital Future. Leadership Abstracts, 16 (7).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2003). The Mainstreaming of Distance Education and Online Learning. One of 12 higher education leaders interviewed as part of a special extended version of Education Pathways, 2 (7), 1-6.
  • Gonick, L. & Milliron, M.D. (2003). The Imperative to Respond to Global Forces with a Global Education Strategy. ‘In the Balance’ Column: Converge Magazine, February-March.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2003). On the Road to DotCalm in Education. Chapter in From Digital Divide to Digital Democracy.de los Santos, G.E., de los Santos, A.G., & Milliron, M.D., eds. Innovation Press: Phoenix, AZ.
  • de los Santos, G.E., de los Santos, A.G., & Milliron, M.D. (2003). From Digital Divide to Digital Democracy. Innovation Press: Phoenix, AZ.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2003). In the Associations: A Gazette Minute, An Interview with Mark Milliron, Greentree Gazette, March.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2003). Getting a Kick Out of Learning with Technology. ‘In the Balance’ Column: Converge Magazine, December-January.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2002). Courageous Responses. A special digital publication in remembrance of the September 11, 2001, tragedy. League for Innovation Press.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2002). Preface. History of the Maricopa Community Colleges: 40th Anniversary Volume. Maricopa Community College District.
  • Gonick, L. & Milliron, M.D., (2002). Creativity and Convergence. Converge Magazine, August-September.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Johnson, S.L. (2002). Avoiding The Dialectic Dialogue of Dogmatic Diatribes. Converge Magazine, June-July.
  • Milliron, M.D. & de los Santos, G.E. (2002). Making the Most of Community Colleges. White Paper for National Governors Association Fall 2002 Series.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Johnson, S.L. (2002). Engaging Today’s Conversations on Learning and Technology: Issues In Our Face and On the Horizon. League for Innovation White Paper Series.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2002). A Time for the Community College: 21st Century Dynamics, Trends, and Imperatives. Chapter in Perspectives on Community Colleges: A Journey of Discovery. Thomas, N., Lorenzo, A., & Milliron, M.D., eds. Innovation Press: Phoenix, AZ
  • Milliron, M.D. (2002). Contributing Editor, Perspectives on Community Colleges: A Journey of Discovery. Innovations Press: Phoenix, AZ.
  • de los Santos, G.E., de los Santos, A.G. & Milliron, M.D. (2002). From Digital Divide to Digital Democracy.Leadership Abstracts , 15 (3).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Wilson, C. (2002). Foreword, The Role of Class Discussion in the Learning-Centered Classroom, by K. Patricia Cross, Innovation Press.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2001) That is the Terror. A special digital publication in response to the September 11, 2001, tragedy. League for Innovation Press.
  • O’Banion T. & Milliron, M.D. (2001). College Conversations on Learning. Learning Abstracts, 4 (5).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2001). Join the Conversation on Learning. Michigan Community College Journal, 7 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2001). Touching Students in the Digital Age: The Move Toward Learner Relationship Management. Learning Abstracts, 4 (1).
  • de los Santos, G.E., de los Santos, A.G., & Milliron, M.D. (2001). Access in the Information Age: Community Colleges Bridging the Digital Divide. Innovation Press: Mission Viejo, CA.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Wilson, C. (2001). Foreword, Motivation: Will That Be on the Test, by K. Patricia Cross, Innovation Press.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C. (2001). Education in a Digital Democracy: Leading the Charge for Learning about, with, and beyond Technology. Chapter in Technology and Learning: Putting the Research to Work, Hot Topics Series, David M. Moore, Barbara B. Lockee, and David R. Moore, eds. Bloomington, Ind: Phi Delta Kappa International, 2001.
  • Mark D. Milliron (2000). Web cast, Learner Relationship Management, Special Features Web casts for the Institute for Electronic Government, IBM Studios, Washington D.C.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C. (2000). Taking a Big Picture Look at Technology, Learning, and the Community College. Innovation Press: Mission Viejo, CA.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C. (2000). Education in a Digital Democracy: Leading the Charge for Learning about, with, and beyond Technology. Educause Review, November-December.
  • de los Santos, G.E., de los Santos, A.G. & Milliron, M.D. (2000). Community Colleges Bridges the Digital Divide. Leadership Abstracts , 13 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. (2000). Stranger Things Have Happened. The Forum: Sharing Information on Teaching and Learning, Maricopa Community College Center for Learning and Instruction.
  • O’Banion, T. & Milliron, M.D. (2000). PBS In League withLearning: An Interview with Terry O’Banion and Mark Milliron. AGENDA, Spring/Summer.
  • Milliron, M.D. (2000). Foreword, Collaborative Learning 101, by K. Patricia Cross, League for Innovation Press.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C. (2000). Aha! Making the Connection Between the Internet and Learning. Learning Abstracts, 2 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. (1998-1999). Founding Editor, Learning Abstracts. League for Innovation in the Community College. Mission Viejo (CA).
  • Milliron, M.D. (1999). Enterprise Vision: Unleashing the Power of the Internet in the Education Enterprise.Technology Horizons in Education (THE) Journal, 27, (1) 26-28.
  • Milliron, M.D. (1999). Interprise Vision: Unleashing the Power of the Internet in Your Higher Education Enterprise. Oracle Corporation Higher Education White Paper Series.
  • Milliron, M.D. (1999). Making the Grade in the Information Age: Transformation Strategies for Higher Education. Oracle Corporation Higher Education White Paper Series.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Leonard, J. (1999). From Lead to Lifelong Learner: Learner Relationship Management.Community College Week; Special Distance Learning Issue, June 1999.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C.L. (1999). Aha! The Internet Changes Nothing. Community College Week; Special Technology Issue, April 2, 1999.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C.L. (1998). Are You Dying to Use Technology? Community College Week, October 25, 1998.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles, C.L. (1998). Technology, Learning, and Community (TLC) in Instruction: Perspectives from Community College Teaching Excellence Award Recipients.Monograph, League for Innovation in the Community College Publications: Mission Viejo, CA.
  • O’Banion T. & Milliron, M.D. (1998). Conversations on Learning. Learning Abstracts, 1 (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles C.L (1998). The Technology Prayers. Feature “From the Facilitator” Article, Technology and Learning Community (TLC) Web Site (http://www.league.org/leaguetlc), May, 1998.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Miles C.L (1998). Simple Prayers for the Blessings—and the Curses—of Technology. Community College Week, April 22, 1998.
  • Milliron, M.D. (1997). Putting a Little TLC into Community College Technology Use. Feature “From the Facilitator” Article, Technology and Learning Community (TLC) Web Site, (http://www.league.org/leaguetlc), November/December 1997.
  • Milliron, M.D. (1997). Putting a Little TLC into Community College Instruction. Community College Week Special Technology Edition, October 1997.
  • Milliron, M.D. & Leach, E.R. (1997). Community Colleges Winning through Innovation: Taking on the Changes and Choices of Leadership in the Twenty-First Century. A Special Edition Leadership Abstracts commissioned by IBM and PeopleSoft.
  • Hodges, N.L. & Milliron, M.D. (1997). On Community College Renewal. Leadership Abstracts , 10 (1).
  • Roueche, J.E., Roueche, S.D., & Milliron, M.D. (1996). Developing a Part-Time Faculty Support System that Makes Sense. Academic Leadership: Journal of the National Community College Chair Academy, 3, (4).
  • Milliron, M.D. & Dewar, D. (1996). A Step Toward Success: Mayland Community College’s innovative orientation program. Resources in Education, Eric Clearinghouse.
  • Roueche, J.E., Roueche, S.D., & Milliron, M.D. (1996). Identifying the Strangers: Exploring Part-Time Faculty Integration in American Community Colleges. Community College Review, 23,(4) 33-49.
  • Roueche, J.E., Roueche, S.D., & Milliron, M.D. (1996). In the Company of Strangers: Addressing the Utilization and Integration of Part-Time Faculty in American Community Colleges. The Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 20, (2).
  • Roueche, J.E., Roueche, S.D., and Milliron, M.D. (1995). Strangers in their Own Land: Part-Time Faculty in American Community Colleges. The Community College Press: Washington, D.C..
  • Crawford, J.E. & Milliron, M.D. (1995). Message Mapping: A Communication Tool for Better Speaking and Writing. Innovation Abstracts, 17, (1).
  • Milliron, M.D. (1995). Toward a Model of Part-Time Faculty Integration in American Community Colleges. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.
  • Milliron, M.D. (1995). Including Strangers in their Own Land: Transformational Leadership and TQM-Based Strategies for Supervising Part-Time Faculty. National Community College Chair Academy (NCCCA), Leadership Institute Manual.
  • Milliron, M.D. (1994). Speaking Collaboratively: A Group Method of Teaching Public Speaking. Innovation Abstracts, 16, (19).
  • Milliron, M.D. (1992). Studying Individuals in Organizational Cultures: A Study of Organizational Identification and Inclusion. Masters Thesis, Arizona State University.

WORDS TO LIVE BY

George Bernard Shaw“This is the true joy in life…being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one…being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy…I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live it is my privilege to do for it whatever I can.” –George Bernard Shaw