October 14, 2016

14/10/2016: KSU names Brandi Miller as new associate director

The Kansas State University IGP Institute's recently named Brandi Miller as its associate director. Along with her administrative duties she will continue in her role as the online education and professional development coordinator.

Brandi Miller
"Under Brandi's leadership the distance education program has grown significantly. We are excited to have Brandi's innovative ideas for capitalising on the grain science faculty strengths and fully leveraging the Kansas State University IGP Institute team to increase our global impact," says Gordon Smith, IGP Institute director and grain science and industry department head.

Miller joined the institute in January of 2010. Since she began, the distance education offering has grown from 9 courses in 2010 to 42 in 2016. She was promoted to assistant director in September 2014 to assume some of the administrative duties of a growing IGP Institute program, and then in November 2015 she was named interim associate director.

She holds a bachelor's degree in bakery science and management and master's degree in adult, occupational and continuing education. Both degrees were obtained at Kansas State University.

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