Jeremy Miller is an award-winning writer, journalist, and teacher with over two decades of experience. His stories on the environment, education, politics, and science have appeared in Harper’s, The New Yorker, Outside, Wired, TIME, Orion, The New York Times, The Guardian, Pacific Standard, and many others. He is also a contributing writer at Sierra Magazine, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, where for several years he wrote a monthly astronomy and dark skies column.
Jeremy has served as a media fellow at the Bill Lane Center for the American West at Stanford University and as a fellow in environmental journalism at Middlebury College. For many years, he worked as a high school biology teacher. He uses his love of writing and wealth of experience to teach with knowledge and compassion.
Jeremy earned his M.S. in Science and Medical Journalism from Boston University and his B.A. in Biology and English Literature from the University of Colorado, Boulder.