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Professor Haynes Miller


Professor Haynes Miller
Department of Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Haynes Miller is Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Fellow of the American Mathematical Society and past managing editor of its Bulletin, Miller is author
of some sixty journal articles and has directed the PhD theses of thirty students during his tenure at
MIT. During this time he led a wide variety of courses, ranging from the very large Differential Equations course taken by 85% of MIT's students to the Math Lab course in which students work in teams on a series of open ended mathematical questions. He created the MIT Mathlets, a collection of computer-based mathematical manipulatives and the ongoing Online Seminar on Undergraduate Mathematics Education: Miller's work in university-level education was recognized by the award of MIT's highest teaching honor, the Margaret MacVicar Fellowship. He served on many MIT committees and task forces, including 15 years on the OpenCourseWare Faculty Advisory Committee.  He has been deeply involved in the MIT-Haiti Intiative since 2012.