Associate Program Director, Sr. Lecturer
At Johns Hopkins, Geri Miller is the Associate Program Director and a senior lecturer for the MS in Geographic Information Systems program and has been an instructor in the programs since its inception. She has developed and taught a range of the GIS curricula, including Web GIS, Geospatial Data Modeling, Spatial Analytics, and Programming in GIS.
Miller is a GIS instructor and technical lead at the Environmental System Research Institute since 2004, specializing in the online delivery of various geospatial technology courses. Much of Miller’s work focuses on improving online delivery methods of GIS classes designed to provide a rich learning environment for educating GIS users. Miller has worked extensively with many universities to support and enhance their GIS programs, in the capacities of lecturer, course author, and curriculum developer. In addition to teaching at Johns Hopkins University, she has taught at the University of Delaware, Community College of Philadelphia, and the West Chester University of Pennsylvania, and has helped others stay on the leading edge of GIS technology.
Miller has a Bachelor of Science from Drexel University and has completed certifications in CompTIA C++ Certified Technical Trainer; CompTIA CTT+ Virtual Classroom Trainer; Esri ArcGIS Desktop Professional; and Esri Enterprise Administration Associate. She holds a Master of Arts degree from the West Chester University of Pennsylvania.