Nathan Miller

Science Communicator
UMCES Cambridge Office

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Cambridge, MD 21613

Nathan Miller

Science Communicator
UMCES Cambridge Office

Having studied Film and Television at NYU, Environmental Biology at Columbia, and my Environmental Management at Duke, I want to help make complex environmental research more relevant to resource users and policy makers through creative storytelling strategies. I’ve been lucky to work with organizations that let me explore best practices in science communication, be it as a video editor for the United Nations Development Program or as an Insect Zoo volunteer at the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum, where I currently get to teach visitors about arthropods (Let me know if you ever want to go to a tarantula feeding!). Off the clock, I enjoy reading, hiking, drinking coffee, chocolate chip cookies, and scrolling through Petfinder while dreaming of having a puppy!


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2020

Communications materials for the Nutrient Trading Program (MARYLAND - CHESAPEAKE BAY)

Rio Grande Resilient Basin Report Card (RIO GRANDE - SOUTHWEST)

2018

Support of Community Engagement Core (SOUTH CAROLINA BEACHES - SOUTH ATLANTIC)

2015

Integrating Citizen-based and Other Nontraditional Monitoring into the Chesapeake Bay Program Monitoring Framework (CHESAPEAKE BAY)

2014

Coral Reef Ecosystem Status and Trends Report Cards (HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO - NORTH PACIFIC, GUAM - NORTH PACIFIC, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS - NORTH PACIFIC, FLORIDA KEYS - CARIBBEAN, PACIFIC REMOTE ISLANDS - NORTH PACIFIC, FLOWER GARDEN BANKS - GULF OF MEXICO, VIRGIN ISLANDS - CARIBBEAN, PUERTO RICO - CARIBBEAN)

2005

IAN Science Communication Courses (USA - NORTH AMERICA)

2002

IAN Symbol Libraries (USA - NORTH AMERICA)