Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5252 USA
- Mathematics, Secondary Teaching Certification, Western Michigan University, 1985
- B.A., Geology, Franklin & Marshall University, 1977
- Energy and environment
- Visual observation of deep-sky objects
- Light pollution
- Community response to climate change
Mark E. Miller is a part-time instructor in the Department of Physics at Western Michigan University.
A life-long amateur astronomer and environmental activist, he has observed more than 600 deep-sky objects, conducted surveys of light pollution in Michigan, and been active in advocating for limiting light pollution. Miller has also been active as a Climate Reality Project presenter, an organizer for 350.org, and a member of Citizens Climate Lobby. In his role as a Kalamazoo Township trustee, he is developing a native plant garden in a township park.