JOSEPH B. MILLER earned a B.S. degree in biology from the University of Minnesota, his MSLS degree from the University of Kentucky in 1992 and accepted a faculty appointment at the University of Kentucky in 1993. Since 2003, he has held the rank of Associate Professor in the School of Library and Information Science and serves as Coordinator of Computing Services for the school. He devotes the majority of his efforts to teaching technology courses in the SLIS curriculum, managing technology resources, and the delivery of technology workshops to librarians throughout the state. Mr. Miller has published work in both biology and library science. He is a member of the Beta Phi Mu Honorary Society and the recipient of several awards, including the SLIS Melody Trosper Award (1992) and the College of Communications and Information Studies Excellence in Teaching Award (2000).
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Enjoyable and inspirational Apr 27, 2004
This is a very readable, enjoyable and inspirational memoir by a doctor who often used his intuition to find solutions to perplexing medical problems. The youngest (and smallest) son of immigrant parents, he grew up in simple surroundings in Mobile, AL. Through a long sequence of chance meetings and coincidental events he was able to put himself through college and medical school and achieve some very interesting medical breakthroughs. I recommend this book, especially to any young person thinking of becoming a doctor.