Andrea Miller is Professor and Dean in the Mayborn School of Journalism in UNT's College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences. She most recently served as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication. Miller received her doctorate from the University of MissouriColumbia School of Journalism, her master's degree from Texas Christian University and her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University. Additionally, Miller was an award-winning television news producer for a decade. While serving a station in Dallas, Miller developed an interest in breaking news and crisis coverage that has translated into an academic research stream. Miller has published articles on television news and crisis coverage in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Media Psychology, Visual Communication Quarterly, and the Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. Additionally, Miller has three books. Oil & Water (University Press of Mississippi, 2014) details the media lessons from Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil disaster, News Evolution or Revolution? (Peter Lang, 2014) explores the future of the newspaper industry using the New Orleans Times-Picayune as a microcosm of the industry, and Public Relations and Journalism in Times of Crisis, A Symbiotic Partnership (Lang, 2019) includes communication case studies explored from both the public relations and journalistic perspectives. She also served as an associate board member of the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters, was named a Columbia School of Journalism Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma Academic Fellow, and has conducted media crisis training for the military, politicians, and K-12 school leadership.