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Dr. Aimee Miller-Ott

Assistant Professor


School of Communication

Harry Jack Gray Center E226



Ph.D. - University of Nebraska
M.A. - California State University
B.S. - Northern Arizona University

Aimee Miller-Ott, an Assistant Professor, earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, an M.A. from California State University, Fullerton Department of Human Communication Studies, and a B.S. from Northern Arizona University. Her research interests include privacy in romantic and family relationships, communication in post-divorce relationships, and turning points in mother-daughter relationships, and she has recently begun a line of research on relational aggression among young adult women. She has presented more than twenty papers and panels at international, national, and regional professional conferences in communication. She has been published in the Western Journal of Communication, Southern Communication Journal, and the Journal of Family Communication. Dr. Miller-Ott teaches courses in interpersonal communication, family communication, small group communication, and research methods as well as special topics courses such as “The Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication” and “Unique Personal Relationships.”

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