Dr Faye Miller
Dr Faye Miller is Founding Director of Research and Career Development consultancy, Human Constellation. Faye’s research focuses on transdisciplinary information experience design concepts and methods for digital social innovation. Her work is informed by more than a decade of professional experience in human-computer interaction design and research for internet and social media communication, documentary filmmaking, teaching and research management in higher education and public policy.
Faye has recently led and collaborated on projects associated with Queensland University of Technology, the Australian National University, Harvard University, University of Canberra, as well as various international technology companies and entrepreneurs.
Faye’s research has been published in leading academic journals such as Journal of Documentation (UK), Information Research (UK), Journal of Further and Higher Education (UK), Library and Information Science Research (US), Journal for Education in Library and Information Science (US), Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (Canada) and Australian Academic and Research Libraries, and popular international media, research and industry websites such as The Conversation, Global Ethnographic and Boxes and Arrows, San Francisco.
Faye is author of the book Producing Shared Understanding for Digital and Social Innovation: Bridging Divides with Transdiscplinary Information Experience Concepts and Methods published by Palgrave Macmillan/Springer, 2020. She is currently working on a second book Livestreaming as Therapy: How People Experience reddit’s Public Access Network.
2021 – Graduate Certificate in Education (Career Development and Counselling) – Queensland University of Technology
2016 – Advanced Leadership in Higher Education Program – University of Melbourne/ Australian School of Applied Management
2014 – Doctor of Philosophy (Information Systems) – Queensland University of Technology
2008 – Master of Applied Science (Information Management) – Charles Sturt University
2002 – Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, History, Literature and Film Studies) – Charles Sturt University
Association of Internet Researchers
Association for Information Science & Technology
International Documentary Association
Career Development Association of Australia
National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services