Donté Miller is a PhD student in the Higher Education program at Indiana University Bloomington. He holds a B.A. in Sociology, Minor in Education Studies from UCLA and was highly active with the UCLA Black Male Institute with Dr. Tyrone Howard assessing access and retention for Black male students. He recently completed a M.Ed. in Educational Counseling from the USC Rossier School of Education and completed a Master’s thesis titled: A Phenomenological Study of Black Student Leaders in a Predominantly White Institution—under the direction of Kristan Venegas (Chair), Darnell Cole, and Frank Harris iii. Donté has a certificate in Public Policy as Public Policy and International Affairs Fellow of the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy.
He is the Project Associate for the National Survey of Student Engagement for Team 2 (F to NI-)
Donté is interested in the access and retention of Black Male Students, Education and Social Policies, Sociology, Mentoring, Students of Color, Counseling/Advising, Incarceration, and Campus Organizations and Engagement of Highly Involved Students.