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Nikki Miller

Graduate Assistant

Ricks Hall- Graduate Suite


Nikki Miller is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Agricultural and Human Sciences Department at NC State University, and is currently a second-year graduate student pursuing an M.S. in Agricultural and Extension Education. She is from Bradenton, Florida and grew up riding and showing horses. She graduated from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia in 2022 with a B.S. in Agribusiness. She currently assists Dr. Joy Morgan with AEE 326: Teaching Diverse Learners in AED and has previously helped with AEE 435: Professional Presentations in Agricultural Organizations. She enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling, and riding horses. She is also an administrative assistant for Dr. Bill Collins, the assistant director of the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Agricultural Leadership Development Program.

Programs and Initiatives

  • North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission Agricultural Leadership Development Program (NCTTFC ALDP)
  • Rurally Engaged Agricultural Leaders (REAL) Program

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

  • AEE 326: Teaching Diverse Learners in AED


BS Agribusiness Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

MS Agricultural and Extension Education (expected 2024) NC State University

Area(s) of Expertise

  • Agricultural Education