Christine Miller
Christine Miller
Adjunct Professor Illinois Institute of Technology
Joined OEC on 09/14/2018
Biography
Christine Miller is a researcher and educator working at the intersection of anthropology, design and business. Her ethnographic study of process formalization and the relationship between innovation and formalization at a Tier One automotive supplier focused on the social and organizational dimensions of innovation processes. As a design anthropologist, her work is explicitly interventionist and transformative, which allows her to engage in all phases of the design process. Her research interests include socio-technical systems and the ways in which sociality and culture influence the design and adoption/adaptation of new products, processes, and technologies. She is also interested in communication and knowledge flows, especially between diverse groups, and collaborative innovation networks (COINs). Chris is currently a Co-PI on an NSF study of Ethics in STEM research (“A Bottom-Up Approach to Enhancing a Culture of Responsible Research and Practice in STEM” NSF Award #1635661).
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