PhD Candidate, Higher Education Administration
Lynsey Miller comes to the higher education administration program with over a decade of experience in academic support for collegiate student-athletes (most recently at The University of Tennessee's Thornton Athletics Student Life Center working with football, women’s soccer and women’s tennis).
Prior to her arrival at UT, Miller served as the Director of Student-Athlete Academic Support Services at Canisius College, where she provided oversight of the department’s academic and student-athlete development programs. She is an active member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics (N4A), serving on the Model Practices Committee, and the University of Tennessee's Chancellor's Commission for Women.
Miller earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Daemen College, where she was a soccer student-athlete, and served as the team’s captain through the 2003 and 2004 seasons. She also earned Master’s degrees in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Ball State University (2007) and Sport Administration from Canisius College (2010).
Hobbies and Interests: Yoga, Fitness, and Travel
Career experiences of women in senior-level leadership positions within Power 5 athletic departments
- BA in Psychology, Daemen College
- MA in Sport & Exercise Psychology, Ball State University
- MS in Sport Administration, Canisius College