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Fay Ann Miller, American Dean. Registered Nurse, Connecticut. Recipient Helena Rubenstein scholarship 1979, National Institute of Mental Health scholarship, 1968-1970; named Involved Nurse, Greater Cleveland Nurses Association, 1984.


Miller, Fay Ann was born on February 17, 1945 in New York City. Daughter of Joseph and Helen (Kyprion) Miller.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Niagara University, 1966. Master of Arts Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, New York University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science, New York University, 1984.


Nurse administrator, clinician, Tremont Crisis unit Bronx (New York) Psychiatric Center, 1970-1974; coordinator Bachelor of science in nursing program, Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, 1974-1981; department chairman of nursing, associate professor, Cleveland State University, 1981-1987; dean school of nursing, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, 1987-1992; dean school professional studies, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, since 1992. Supervisor family therapy program Albert Einstein College Medicine, 1970-1974.


  • Registered Nurse, Connecticut.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional publications.


Board directors League United Latin America Citizens-Head Start, since 1988, vice chairman, since 1992. Member American Nurses Association, National Black Nurses Association, Southern Connecticut Black Nurses Association (Nursing Leadership award 1994), National League for Nursing, Connecticut League for Nursing, Connecticut Association L.Ams. in Higher Education (president 1993-1995, Exemplary Leadership award 1994).


Joseph Miller

Helen (Kyprion) Miller