George W. Miller III
George W. Miller III
Assistant Chair
Associate Professor of Practice
Department: Journalism
Office: 215-204-3057
Office: 215-204-8346
Annenberg Hall, Room 309

Biography

George Miller is a journalist, photojournalist and proud Philadelphian. He worked at the Philadelphia Daily News for more than 11 years, serving as a features writer, a general assignment reporter, a police beat writer and a staff photographer. 

Since leaving the paper in 2005, he has freelanced as a writer and photographer for numerous publications on numerous subjects. The only common denominator in all his articles (and images) is that they are focused on the city and its citizens.

His recent stories have covered condos built in former churches, a group of bicyclists who make midnight runs to a South Philly pretzel factory every Tuesday, pet psychics, the Philadelphia Zoo’s elephants, gay gun enthusiasts and Philly lawyers representing Iraqis who were abused in American military prisons in Iraq.

Before arriving at Temple, Miller taught at Loyola College in Maryland and Wilmington College in Delaware. He has also taught in summer journalism programs in Italy and Northern Ireland.

Education

Degree

Field

School

Master of Liberal Arts

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University of Pennsylvania

MJ

Journalism

Columbia University

BA

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Loyola College of Maryland

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

JRN 5012

Reporting and Writing II

Graduate