Karen Miller taught Composition, American Literature, Film History, Reading and Speech for 23 years on the Clearwater and Seminole campuses. She won the Silverberg Award in 2000, and later, as an online faculty member, contributed to the development of two signature courses.
In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she served three years as the Seminole Campus Faculty Council Chairwoman, seven years as Program Director/Academic Chairwoman for the Seminole Campus Communications Department and two years on the college’s CETL Board. She was a creative and gifted teacher who mentored countless faculty members and students during her time at St Petersburg College.
She has an associate’s degree from St. Petersburg Junior College, a bachelor’s degree in English Education from the University of South Florida, a master’s degree in Arts and Letters/Education from the University of South Florida and a certificate of Community College Executive Leadership from the University of Florida.
She retired in 2014 and lives in Madeira Beach.