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Gabe H. Miller: AFST Success Story

Africana Studies Certificate holder Gabe H. Miller, a mentee of AFST and Psychology Associate Professor Adrienne Carter-Sowell, will be joining Mississippi State University as a tenure-track assistant professor in the fall.

Gabe H. Miller has worked as a graduate researcher with Dr. Adrienne R. Carter-Sowell in the Diversity Carter Sowell headshotSciences Research lab since September 2014. His position has been continuously funded by internal and external grants awarded for collaborative research projects focused on the costs of being “socially and/or professionally invisible.” In April 2020, Gabe participated in a virtual conference for the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University on the Racial Health Disparities and the COVID-19 Pandemic. Dr. Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde and Gabe Miller shared ongoing research related to the crisis of exploitation of the unequal in society. Additionally, Gabe has assisted in the workload of teaching and supervising required to complete the training goals and deadlines set for more than a dozen the undergraduate researchers and Honors scholars. Miller successfully defended his dissertation on May 15, 2020. We are thrilled to announce that Gabe Miller will graduate with his Ph.D. in August 2020 and he has accepted a tenure track, joint appointment, faculty position in the Sociology Department and African American Studies Program at Mississippi State University, a neighboring SEC university, for the upcoming 2020-2021 academic year.

Gabe Miller and Dr. Carter-Sowell have co-authored several conference presentations, a book chapter, and a manuscript in preparation for a special issue of the journal, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology

Carter-Sowell, Adrienne R., Danielle D. Dickens, Gabe H. Miller, and Carla A. Zimmerman. (2016). “Present but Not Accounted for: Examining How Intersectional Identities Create a Double Bind for and Affect Leadership of Women of Color in Educational Settings.” In J. Ballenger, B. Polnick, & B. Irby (Eds.), Women of Color in STEM: Navigating the Workforce. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.