Michelle Miller

(812) 855-8167
PH 296I

  • Indiana University, M.S., Clinical Exercise Physiology, 1996
  • Indiana University, M.S., Physical Education, 1988
  • Ball State University, B.S., Teacher Prep Physical Education, 1982
  • P216 Concepts and Practical Applications of Fitness
  • P419 Fitness Assessment and Interpretation
  • P420 Exercise Prescription and Leadership for Special Populations
  • Credentialing and Certification Committee, American College of Sports Medicine
Research Interests

My creative interests include the study and investigation of physical activity and its impact for youth through the elderly. In addition, I have a special interest in fitness assessment, exercise program design, and prescription for special populations. My teaching responsibilities link directly to my interests, as I train undergraduate students to work safely, effectively, and professionally with both healthy individuals and those with special concerns. These students will leave Indiana University as experienced, certified fitness specialists. I take great pride in knowing IU is making an impact in the health and well-being of people's lives. At the end of the day, this is truly what it is all about.

Selected Publications
(2005, July/August). The Future of Fitness. IDEA.