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Communications educator

Dan Pyle Millar, American Communications educator.


Millar, Dan Pyle was born on March 29, 1938 in South Bend, Indiana, United States. Son of Frank Estes and Irene (Pyle) Millar.


Bachelor, Wabash College, 1960; Master of Arts, Northwestern University, 1962; Doctor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, 1969.


Instructor Port Huron (Michigan) Junior College, 1962-1964. Assistant professor Bowling Green (Ohio) State University, 1966-1970. Associate professor, assistant to Provost Center Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, 1970-1982.

Professor, department chairman Indiana State University, Terre Haute, 1982-1991. Senior consultant Institute for Crisis Management, Louisville.


President Friends of the Arts, Terre Haute, 1987. Board directors Leadership of Terre Haute, 1990-1992, Volunteer Action Center, Terre Haute Organ Donors Association. Member Public Relations Society of America (accredited, president Hoosier chapter), Speech Communications Association, Central States Communications Association (president 1996-1997, executive secretary 1991-1994), Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (newsletter editor since 1994), American Forensic Association (executive secretary 1970-1972), Michigan Speech Association (president 1981-1982), Organizational Communications (chairman 1985-1985), Rotary (Paul Harris fellow 1990).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, theater, reading, gardening, music.


Married Karen Lee Carpenter, August 10, 1963. 1 child, Matthew Wallace.

Frank Estes Millar

Irene (Pyle) Millar

Karen Lee Carpenter

Matthew Wallace Millar