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Invited Papers, Panels, Talks, Workshops, Demonstrations and Exhibits

  1. K. Miller and R. Zaidi. Pokemon Puzzle Game. (6 September 2019). St. Louis Science Center, First Friday. St. Louis, MO.
  2. K. Miller. Invited speaker at an NSF-Funded Fairness, Ethics, Accountability, and Transparency in Computer and Information Science and Engineering Workshop. (29-30 August 2019), Atlanta, GA.
  3. K.Miller. Ethics of a Virtual World. First Friday at the Saint Louis Science Center (1 February 2019), St. Louis, MO.
  4. R.Zaidi, B.Zaidi, and K.Miller. Virtual reality at May Hall. First Friday at the Saint Louis Science Center (1 February 2019), St. Louis, MO.
  5. K.Miller, and R.Zaidi. The science of booby traps. First Friday at the Saint Louis Science Center (4 January 2019), St. Louis, MO.
  6. T.Coble, K.Miller, and R.Zaidi. Dr. Gerty Cori exhibit. First Friday at the Saint Louis Science Center (7 December 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  7. K.Miller and R.Zaidi. Dark Crystal Quest. Exhibit at National Association for Interpretation Annual Conference (28-29 November 2018), New Orleans, LA.
  8. J.Borenstein, J.Herkert, K.Miller, and Y.Pearson. Human-robot interaction: Examining ethical issues in three contexts. Panel at IEEE 2018 International Symposium on Technology and Society (13 November 2018), Washington DC.
  9. K.Miller. Sophisticated machines and innovative education: Who (or what) will thrive? Keynote Presentation at The Asian Conference on Education (13 October 2018), Tokyo, Japan.
  10. M. Gomez, K. Miller, B. Zaidi, and R. Zaidi. Rube Goldberg and simple machines, Saint Louis Science Center First Friday (5 October 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  11. K.Miller. Six robot activity sessions at the Variety Adventure Camp for Special Needs Children. (6 June 2018 and 13 June 2018), St. Peters, MO.
  12. K. Miller, B. Sherill, and R. Zaidi. Robot demonstration at the College of Education’s Chancellor’s Reception (15 May 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  13. K. Miller, B. Sherill, D. Smith, and R. Zaidi. Cave, crystal, lasers and fog. First Friday demonstration at the Saint Louis Science Center (6 April 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  14. M. Dawson, G. Gao, and K. Miller. The importance of research. In Your Business podcast, Univ. of Missouri – St. Louis College of Business (1 April 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  15. K. Miller, B. Sherill, B. Zaidi, and R. Zaidi. Green Screen Boulder Movies. First Friday demonstration at the Saint Louis Science Center (2 March 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  16. K. Miller, B. Sherill, B. Zaidi, and R. Zaidi. Black Panther Game. First Friday demonstration at the Saint Louis Science Center (2 February 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  17. K. Miller, B. Sherill, B. Zaidi, and R. Zaidi. Star Trek Game. First Friday demonstration at the Saint Louis Science Center (5 January 2018), St. Louis, MO.
  18. P.Laplante, M. Lewis, K.Miller, J.Offut, J.Rokne, and S. Shieh, panelists for “Educating Next-Gen Computer Scientists”, IEEE Computer (January 2018), Vol. 51, No. 01, 80-88.
  19. K. Miller, B. Sherill, B. Zaidi, and R. Zaidi. Digital Tim Capsule. First Friday demonstration at the Saint Louis Science Center (1 December 2017), St. Louis, MO.
  20. K. Miller. Humility and humanity in the age of sophisticated machines. Fall 2017 William and Patricia Stacy Ethics Lecture, Univ. of Kentucky, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering (28 Nov. 2017), Lexington, KY.
  21. K.Miller, B. Sherill, and R. Zaidi. Buffy, Buffybot, and Other Interesting Robots. First Friday demonstration at the Saint Louis Science Center (6 October, 2017), St. Louis, MO.
  22. K. Miller. Integrating Technology into Our Lives, and Integrating our Lives with our Technologies. Four sessions at the St. Louis Science Center (8 & 11 Sept. 2017), St. Louis, MO.
  23. K.Miller, B. Sherill, B. Zaidi, and R. Zaidi. Play Hero Quest with UMSL’s Technology Learning Center. First Friday DC vs. Marvel at the Saint Louis Science Center (1 Sept. 2017), St. Louis, MO.
  24. A. Bell-Christian, K. Miller. Demonstration of locked boxes for education at The Rise of the Digital Educator (12 April 2017), St. Louis, MO.
  25. A. Bell Christian, K. Miller, and Riaz Ziadi. Robot demonstration at National Council for Women in IT Ceremony (26 March 2017), St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO.
  26. A. Bell-Christian, P. Balcerzak, and K. Miller. Programming and Puzzzles. Cahokia High School Presentations (6 December 2016), Cahokia, IL.
  27. M. Lemke, T. Lemke, K. Miller, and M. Miller. Micro and Macro Lenses in Action. First Friday: “Dr. Who” (2 December 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  28. A. Bell-Christian, M. Bier, P. Balcerzak, T. Coble, T. Hassler, S. Kashubeck-West, T. Makubuya, and K. Miller. Social Justice in Education Conversation. Ed Share Panel Discussion (1 November 2016), UMSL, St. Louis, MO.
  29. A. Bell-Chrstian and K. Miller. Spooky Robots. Science Spooktacular (27 October 2016), St. Louis Science Center, MO.
  30. I. Jung and K. Miller. Panel: Education and Social Justice: educating for equality within and across Borders. International Academic Forum: ACE/ACSET/AURS 2016 (22 Oct. 2016), Kobe, Japan.
  31. K. Miller and A. Bell-Christian. Robot Workshop with students from the College School (19 July 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  32. K. Miller and A. Bell-Christian. Firefly vs. Physics. Demonstration at St. Louis Science Center, First Friday: “Bring Back Firefly” (3 June 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  33. J. Linn and K. Miller. Robot Parade. Hands-on robot workshops with elementary students at the Saint Louis Science Center (20 May and 27 May 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  34. K. Miller. Discussant with a Russian Federation delegation visiting the University of Missouri – St. Louis. (12 May 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  35. A. Feng and K. Miller. Engineering Challenges. Table at Mars Base First Friday (6 May 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  36. K. Miller. Ethics and Business Intelligence. Two guest lectures at Univ. of Missouri – St. Louis (2 & 4 May, 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  37. A. Bell-Christian, C. Clossum, and K. Miller. STEM Demonstration for the Academy of EPP. UMSL’s Collabitat (22 April 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  38. A. Bell-Chrstian and K. Miller. Dr. Trickster Rides Again. Demonstration at Saint Louis Science Center First Friday: Fun and Games (1 April 2016), St. Louis.
  39. B. Brinkman, D. Gotterbarn, and K. Miller. Integrating Computing Ethics and Professionalism into the Technical Curriculum. Workshop at the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education Technical Symposium (2 March 2016), Memphis, TN.
  40. K. Seigfried-Spellar, R. Gilliland, J. Dibble, M. Losavio, K. Miller, M. Rogers, A. Skjellum. Workshop: Developing a professional code of ethics in digital forensics. American Academy of Forensic Sciences (23 February 2016), Las Vegas, NE.
  41. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Men in Black. Demonstration at Saint Louis Science Center First Friday: The Truth is Out There (5 February 2016), St. Louis.
  42. K. Miller. Robots and Innovation. Invited talk at the College School (14 January 2016), Webster Grove, MO.
  43. C. Valenta, K. Miller, and E. Choklek. STEM + Architecture = STEAM (6 January 2016), St. Louis, MO.
  44. K. Miller. Learning to live with sophisticated machines. UMSL “What’s Current Wednesdays” (2 December 2015), St. Louis, MO.
  45. M. Lemke, K. Miller, and M. Miller. Pedagogy online and pedagogy face to face… two windows on the same soul: people learning together. Keynote at Univ. of IL Springfield’s Technology and Teaching Day (7 October 2015), Springfield, IL.
  46. K. Miller. The Hoverboard Hoax. Saint Louis Science Center, “Back to the Future” First Friday Event (2 October 2015), St. Louis, MO.
  47. K. Miller, C. Clossum, L. Johnson, J. Doyle and N. Miller-Spielman. Robots in education exhibit. Grand Opening of UMSL CoE’s Collabitat (30 September 2015), St. Louis, MO.
  48. P. Boyd (Moderator), M. Keefer, K. Miller, and W. Siewert.  Seeing Contemporary Issues Through an Ethical Lens:  Panel Discussion. 10th Anniversary of the Center for Character and Citizenship (29 September 2015), St. Louis, MO.
  49. K. Miller and Girls’ Inc. St. Louis. Robot programming exhibit at Microsoft DigiGirlz High Tech Camp (5 August 2015), Saint Louis Science Center. http://blogs.umsl.edu/news/2015/08/10/young-innovators/
  50. K. Miller. Judge and sponsor at The Pitch, a week-long summer program encouraging high school students to become entrepreneurs (27-31 July 2015), Univ. of MO-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.
  51. A. Bell-Christian, C. Clossum and K. Miller. Robot Demos and Workshop. Bright Ideas Workshop (18 July 2015), St. Louis Science Center.
  52. G. Hardrict-Ewing and K. Miller. Robotics Demo and Workshop (22 April 2015), McNair Middle School, St. Louis, MO.
  53. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Girls Tech at St. Louis Girls Inc. Demo (20 April 2015), Girls Inc., St. Louis, MO.
  54. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Jurrasic Hack Demonstration and Exhibit (3 April 2015), Saint Louis Science Center, St. Louis, MO.
  55. K. Miller. The future of human/robot interactions (26 March 2015), Annual Gordon Lecture, Denison Univ., Granville, Ohio.
  56. K. Miller. Five guest lectures at Denison Univ. (26-27 March 2015), Granville, OH.
  57. K.Miller. Member of the St. Louis Rotary Club Ethics Panel (25 February 2015). St. Louis, MO.
  58. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Skype in the Classroom Session, with 4th graders at Forest Hills Global Elementary, Wilmington, NC  (10 December 2014), from St. Louis, MO.
  59. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Skype in the Classroom Session, with 4th graders at Forest Hills Global Elementary, Wilmington, NC  (2 December 2014), from St. Louis, MO.
  60. K. Miller. Puzzles that will blow your students’ minds. UMSL College of Education Grand Seminar (24 Oct. 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  61. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Robots motivating STEM learning. Workshop at The Science Teachers of Missouri Professional Development Conference (27 September 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  62. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Robots and education demonstration at Tedx Gateway Arch (23 September 2014).
  63. A. Bell-Christian and K. Miller. Double Robotics demonstration at Tedx Gateway Arch (16 July 2014).
  64. K. Miller, Flipped, hybrid, online and “MOOCed:” Education on the move. Accounting Educators of Missouri Workshop (6 June 2014), Lake Ozark, MO.
  65. K. Pimple (organizer), K. Seelman, C. Jones, F. Harvey, K. Shilton, and K. Miller. Ethics and Pervasive ICT. Panel at IEEE Ethics 2014 (23-24 May 2014), Chicago, IL.
  66. K. Miller, News at Noon: The Changing Landscape of Higher Education: Access and Value (9 April 2014), University of Missouri – St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.
  67. K. Miller, “I Human. I Cyborg. I Robot.” Introduction to the showing of I, Robot at First Fridays: Robots! at the St. Louis Science Center (4 April 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  68. K. Miller, Turing Test demonstration at First Fridays: Robots! at the St. Louis Science Center (4 April 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  69. UMSL’s Technology Learning Center exhibit at First Fridays: Robots! at the St. Louis Science Center (4 April 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  70. UMSL’s Technology Learning Center exhibit at 2nd Annual Digital Media Marketing Conference (2 April 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  71. UMSL’s Technology Learning Center exhibit at STEMosphere (29 March 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  72. R. Lamb, S. Madlinger, and K. Miller. Panel about Flipping the Classroom for Behind the Mind, HEC-TV (March 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  73. K. Miller and M. Tiedemann. Humans, Cyborgs, and Robots: Who Is a Person and Who Is Not? Center Stage at First Friday at the Science Center (7 February 2014), St. Louis, MO.
  74. D. Gotterbarn (speaker) and K. Miller (moderator). ACM Webinar: Computing Professionalism: Do Good and Avoid Evil…and Why It Is Complicated to Do that in Computing (23 January 2013).
  75. K. Miller. Invited speaker at the Lincoln Land Community College’s Chautauqua series. 100% Human, 100% Robots and the Cyborgs In-Between (9 January 2013).
  76. K. Miller. Invited participant at (Dis)Embodiment and the Philosophy of Information: an (Un)Conference (16-17 Dec. 2013), Meiji Univ., Tokyo.
  77. K. Miller. Discerning rights and wrongs while teaching and learning in the age of robotics. Featured speaker at the Fifth Asian Conference on Education and the First Asian Conference on Society Education and Technology (23 Oct. 2013), Osaka, Japan.
  78. K. Miller. Panel member, Robethics at the mirror: combining normative and empirical analysis. Computer Ethics – Philosophical Enquiry 2013 (2 July 2013), Lisbon, Portugal.
  79. K. Miller. UIS: online and on target. COPE-L Meeting (12 April 2013), Springfield, IL.
  80. B. Brinkman, D. Gotterbarn, and K. Miller. Integrating computing ethics into the curriculum. SIGCSE 2013 workshop (6 March 2013), Denver, CO.
  81. K. Miller. Invited participant at the NSF-sponsored Workshop on Anticipatory Ethics, Responsibility and Artificial Agents (January 24-25, 2013), Charlottesville, VA.
  82. K. Miller. Computing expands our definitions: new meanings for “trust” and “responsibility.” Keynote at the Global Conference on Computing Ethics (4-5 Sept.2012), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  83. J. Impagliazzo, D. Gotterbarn, K. Miller. Workshop on Computer Ethics (3 Sept. 2012), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  84. K. Miller. Visiting professor, International Islamic University of Malaysia (29 Aug. – 2 Sep. 2012) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  85. K. Miller. Empowerment and an electronic, asynchronous dialectic. Smithsonian Folklife Festival (7-8 July 2012), Washington, D.C.
  86. K. Miller. IEEE Technology and Society magazine is going green. IEEE Technology and Society, Vol. 31, No. 3 (Summer 2012), 3.
  87. K. Miller. IT professionalism and licensure: Yes, but… IT Professional, Vol. 14, No. 3 (May-June 2012), 53.
  88. C. Huff, M. Pritchard, and K. Miller. When moral exemplars go bad. Panel at the APPE Annual Meeting (3 March 2012), Cincinnati, OH.
  89. S. Bird, M. Brydon-Miller, M. Dyrud. M. Loui, K. Miller, and S. Offenbach. Plagiarism in academic journals: What’s an editor to do? Panel at the APPE Annual Meeting (2 March 2012), Cincinnati, OH.
  90. K. Miller, M. Tracy, M. Loui and K. Urban. Can Ethics Instruction Improve Students’ Technical Skills in Computer Science? NSF Showcase at ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium (1 March 2012), Raleigh, NC.
  91. K. Miller. In what do you trust? An ethical analysis of new technologies and human trust. Invited talk at Sacred Heart University, Computer Science and Information Technology (26 January 2012), Fairfield, CT and at the Research Center on Computing & Society at Southern Connecticut State University (27 January 2012), New Haven, CT.
  92. K. Miller. “The Rules:” Principles in disguise about moral responsibility for computing artifacts. Invited talk at Yale’s Technology & Ethics Series (25 January 2012), New Haven, CT.
  93. K. Miller. Humans, cyborgs, and robots: machines, minds, and personhood. Back To Class for a Day, University of Illinois Springfield (28 October 2011), Springfield, IL.
  94. K. Miller. Measuring distances between humans, cyborgs, and robots. Keynote at 3rd International Conference PHEADE (13-16 October 2011), Bukovina, Romania.
  95. K. Miller. A Sustainable Future for Whom? Humans, Corporations and Technology. Opening plenary speaker at The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences (3 June 2011), Osaka, Japan.
  96. B. Brinkman, D. Gotterbarn and K. Miller. Teaching professional ethics in Computer Science: tips and traps. Workshop at SIGCSE 2011 (9 March 2011), Dallas, TX.
  97. K. Miller. Kiss, Kiss, Kill, Kill: The ethics of robots, love, sex and war. Bemidji State University’s 7th annual McDonald Lecture (10 February 2011), 7pm.
  98. K. Miller. Plato and robots: through the lens of the Phaedo. Guest lecture in the Ancient and Medieval Philosophy class at Bemidji State University, Dr. Scott Borchers presiding (10 February 2011), 2pm.
  99. K. Miller. Human nature and robot nature. Guest lecture in the Human Nature philosophy class at Bemidji State University, Dr. Scott Borchers presiding (10 February 2011), 10 am.
  100. M. Lemke and K. Miller. Dr. Michael Lemke and Dr. Keith Miller and their pond: Emiquon. Pecha Kucha Night, Vol. 3 (February 3, 2011), Springfield Illinois.
  101. R. Arkin and K. Miller. Ethics and unmanned systems. Unmanned Systems Canada Conference (November 4, 2010).
  102. K. Miller. The singularity seen from three Information Ethics perspectives. PHEADE 2010 conference: The Engineered Singularity (October 28, 2010), Suceava, Romania; talk given via Skype.
  103. K. Miller. Skype interview about software engineering ethics cases. K. Foster computer ethics class, Purdue University (October 5, 2010).
  104. D. Gotterbarn and K. Miller. Workshop on teaching computer ethics and professional conduct within the computer science curriculum. SIGCSE 2010 (March 10, 2010), Milwaukee, WI.
  105. K. Miller. How good is good enough? The ethical significance of your answer. Engineering Division Lecture Series, Penn State Great Valley (Feb. 18, 2010).
  106. D. Gotterbarn and K. Miller. Workshop: Introducing Professional Computing Issues into the CS Curriculum. CCSC Midwest (Oct. 9, 2009), Chicago, IL.
  107. K. Miller. Kiss, Kiss; Kill, Kill: The ethics of robots, sex and war. GrandValleyStateUniversity Ethics Lecture Series (Feb. 16, 2009), Allendale, MI.
  108. K. Miller. Three online lectures on the subject of computer ethics in an international cooperative online course on computers and philosophy (November/December, 2008).
  109. K. Miller. What kinds of decisions do you want computers to make for you? Invited guest lecturer series, EckerdCollege (Nov. 10, 2008), St. Petersburg, FL.
  110. K. Miller. Electronic teaching: tips and traps. Emiquon Field Station lecture series (Oct. 21, 2008), Lewistown, IL.
  111. V. Cook and K. Miller. Panel on research about online learning. New Century Learning Coalition, Univ. of IL at Springfield (July 21, 2008), Springfield, IL.
  112. K. Miller. Technical decisions and human values are intertwined; techniques for ethical analysis. DePauw University Summer Research Institute (July 9, 2008),  Greencastle, IN.
  113. K. Miller. How to think clearly about Internet privacy, nanotechnology and killer robots. DePauw University Summer Research Institute (July 9, 2008),  Greencastle, IN.
  114. K.Miller. Black swans, nihongo no kurasu and my Toyota Prius. UIS CSC Colloquium Series (March 19, 2007), Springfield, IL.
  115. J. Carothers, P. Herscher, K.Miller, and M. Sabet, Ethics during transitions, panel at International Conference on Computer-Aided Design, S. Hassoun moderator (Nov. 6, 2007), San Jose, CA.
  116. K. Miller. Do computers fall in love? Science Research Lecture Series.DePauwUniversity (Oct. 25, 2007), Greencastle, IN.
  117. F. Appel,  E. Howard, and K.Miller. Building an awareness of computer ethics issues across the CS curriculum. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Midwest (Sept. 28, 2007), Hamilton, OH.
  118. K. Miller. Ethics, research ethics, and computing. DePauw University Summer Research Institute (July 18, 2007),  Greencastle, IN.
  119. M.S. Tracy and K. Miller. Online teaching techniques. UIS Psychology Dept. Brown Bag Colloquium Series (March 30, 2007), Springfield, IL.
  120. K. Miller. Facilitator for the tabletop exercise at the Cyber Defense and Disaster Recovery Conference  (March 9, 2007), Springfield, IL.
  121. K. Miller.  Can computers fall in love? Taste of UIS Lecture Series (February 28, 2007), Springfield, IL.
  122. C. Moore, H. Hart, K. Miller, J. Herkert, and B. O’Connell. Panel: Pedagogical Techniques That Model Ethical Behavior, Annual Meeting of the Assoc. for Practical Professional Ethics (Feb. 22-25, 2007), Cincinnati, OH.
  123. M. Lemke and K. Miller. Wetlands 101. Illinois Issues, Vol. 33, No. 1 (January 2007), 31-33.
  124. M. Croy, S. Dexter, K. Miller, and J. Snapper. Panel: Conflicts, compromises, and responsibility in open source vs. proprietary software development. APA Eastern Division Meeting (Dec. 28, 2006), WashingtonD.C.
  125. D. Gotterbarn and K. Miller. Teaching computer ethics. Half-day tutorial. Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges: SouthEast (Nov. 10, 2006), Nashville, TN.
  126. K. Miller. Ethics for Research Scientists: Whose Greater Good? Research Experience for Undergraduates at DePauw University  (July 7, 2006), Greencastle, IN.
  127. K. Miller. Computer Professionals Caught in the  Middle: CyberEthics in Action.Computer Science  Research Experience for Undergraduates at DePauw University (July 7, 2006), Greencastle, IN.
  128. K. Miller. Bloom’s Taxonomy and Online Education. UIS OTEL Mini Symposium of Online Learning (June 28, 2006), Springfield, IL.
  129. K. Miller. How good is good enough – an ethical perspective. Keynote Address at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges: Midwest (September 23-24, 2005), Decatur, IL.
  130. L. Schwartzman, F. Appel, and K. Miller. Incorporating computer ethics into the computer science curriculum. Panel at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges: Midwest (September 23-24, 2005), Decatur, IL.
  131. K. Miller. Question Time Panel. Select panel at Ethicomp 2005. Linkoping, Sweden (September 15, 2005).
  132. J. Barker, P. Boltuc, E. Bogusz-Boltuc, P. Manfredi, and K. Miller.  Teaching a Complete Philosophy Curriculum On-Line. Panel at American Philosophical Assoc. Central Division Meeting (April 27-30, 2005), Chicago, IL.
  133. K. Miller. Computers are Cool. UIS Open House for the IllinoisStateMuseum’s TechAcademy (February 26, 2005).
  134. M. Lemke and K. Miller, Emiquon, floodplain of dreams. Presentation at UIS Open House for the Illinois State Museum’s Tech Academy (February 26, 2005).
  135. K. Miller. The Intentionality and Agency of Artifacts: Towards a Moral Account of Technology, NSF sponsored workshop, Deborah Johnson presiding (October 27-30, 2004), Charlottesville, VA.
  136. M. Lemke and K. Miller, Emiquon: floodplain of dreams. Presentation at Taste of UIS (October 21, 2004), Springfield, IL.
  137. K. Miller. Movies for teaching, movie and speech combination. UIS Technology Day (April 23, 2004).
  138. K. Miller. Position Paper on Trustworthy Software. Center for National Software Studies’ Workshop on Trustworthy Software (April 8-9, 2004), Monterey, California.
  139. K. Miller. Teaching Computer Science Faculty to Teach Computer Ethics. NSF Special Poster Session, SIGCSE 2004 (March 6, 2004), Norfolk, VA.
  140. K. Miller. Science, Computer Science, and Ethics: Searching for the Truth in a Make-Believe World. UNI Chapter of Sigma Xi, University of Northern Iowa (November 20, 2003).
  141. K. Miller. Software Engineers: Formalizing Responsibility. Regional Meeting of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, UrbanaIL (April 4, 2003).
  142. K. Miller. Computer Ethics and Auditing. Workshop for the Institute of Internal Auditors, Springfield Chapter (October 17, 2002).
  143. K. Miller. Taking Ownership of the Intellectual Property Issue. K. Miller and D. Tupper.  Keynote address at Third Annual Internet and Multimedia Technology Conference, Baltimore, MD (June 27, 2002).
  144. K. Miller. Teaching Computer Ethics with Workshops and the Web. T. Camp, C. Huff, D. Johnson, L. King,  K. Miller, and B. Moskal.  DOLCE NSF project. (May 30 – June3, 2002), Golden, Colorado.
  145. M. Wolf (moderator), D. Gotterbarn, K. Bowyer, and K. Miller. Open Source Software: Intellectual Challenges to the Status Quo. SIGCSE 2002, Cincinnati, OH (March 2, 2002).
  146. K. Miller. Teaching about Responsible Computing. Computer ethics workshop for teachers. Springfield, IL (Dec. 7, 2001).
  147. K. Miller. Technical Decisions and Human Values Intertwine. Guest lecture at UIS. Springfield, IL (Dec. 6, 2001).
  148. K. Miller. Science, Computer Science, and Ethics: Searching for the Truth in a Make-Believe World. John Deere Chapter of Sigma Xi, AugustanaCollege, Rock Island, IL (November 1, 2001).
  149. K. Miller. Poster Session on WebCT vs. Blackboard. UIS Online Fall Symposium, Springfield, IL (October 12, 2001).
  150. F. Appel and K. Miller. Introducing Computer Ethics into the Computer Science Curriculum., Tutorial at Consortium for Computing in Small Colleges, Midwest Conference, Kankakee, IL (September 29, 2001).
  151. K. Miller. Hardware and software testing discussion. Texas Instruments, Nice, France (August 6, 2001).
  152. K. Miller. Testing Troubles. K. Miller responds to technical correspondence. IEEE Software, Vol. 18, No. 3 (May/June 2001), 8-9.
  153. K. Miller, T. Camp, D. Johnson, L. King, and B. Moskal. Teaching Computer Ethics with Workshops and the Web. SIGCSE 2001 (Feb. 21-15, 2001), Charlotte, NC.
  154. Fleddermann, Gehringer, Herkert, Miller, and O’Connell. Computers and Ethics. ASEE 2001 Annual Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico  (June 24-27, 2001).
  155. M. Woodbury, convener; K. Miller and N. Quinn.  Artificial Life, Artificial Ethics? Panel, APPE 2001 (March 1-4, 2001), Cincinatti, OH.
  156. K. Miller. Wit, Wisdom, and the Web: the Ethics of Online Education. Tutorial at EDMEDIA 2000: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (June 27, 2000), Montreal.
  157. T. Camp, C. Huff, D. Johnson, L. King,  K. Miller, and B. Moskal.  Teaching Computer Ethics with Workshops and the Web. DOLCE NSF project. (June 13-17, 2000), Golden, Colorado.
  158. K. Miller. The Ethics of Intellectual Property and the New Information Technologies. Panel member. IEEE Spectrum, Vol. 36, No. 8 (August 1999), 29-37.
  159. K. Miller. Oracles, Data Diversity, and Exploding Bugs. AITP Meeting, Springfield, IL (May 18, 1999).
  160. K. Miller. Testing and Reliability. Montana Tech, Butte, Montana (May 11, 1999).
  161. K. Miller. Testing and Reliability: Old News and New Hope. Invited speaker. ColoradoSchool of Mines, Golden, Colorado (October 16, 1998).
  162. K. Miller. Computer Ethics in the Workplace. Invited speaker. Association of Information Technology Professionals, Springfield, Illinois (Sept. 15, 1998).
  163. K. Miller. Computer Ethics and Managers. Invited speaker. Data Processing Managers Advisory Board. Springfield, Illinois (Sept. 10, 1998).
  164. K. Miller. Introduction to Software Reliability. Invited speaker. Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area, Chicago, IL (Sept. 8, 1998).
  165. K. Miller. Let’s Make a Deal:Tradeoffs and Compromises, Explicit and Otherwise, on the Web. The Tangled Web Conference: Ethical Dilemmas of the Internet, Dartmouth (August 1998).
  166. K. Miller. Authentication. privacy, and security, a panel at the International Symposium on Technology and Society (June 13-14, 1998), South Bend, IN.
  167. K. Miller. Accentuate the Positive: Distance Learning Pros and Cons. Invited speaker. (April 20, 1998), University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix.
  168. S. Grissom and K. Miller. WWW: Willing Wireheads to Write. UIS Writing Symposium (March 27, 1998), Springfield, IL.
  169. K. Miller. Software Fault Injection: When in Doubt, Machine Execute. Dartmouth Computer Science (February 16, 1998).
  170. K. Miller. Computers, Ethics, and Exploring. Invited article. Universities 21. Vol. 3, No. 1 (Spring, 1997), 3-4.
  171. K. Miller. Current Issues in Computer Ethics. Moderator. Practicing and Teaching Ethics in Engineering and Computing Mini-Conference (March 8-9, 1997).
  172. K. Miller. Teaching Computer Ethics, NSF Workshop (August 2-3, 1996), co-convener with Deborah Johnson.
  173. K. Miller. Implementing the 10th Strand; Extending the Ethics and Social Impact Requirements in the Computer Science Curriculum. Panel, SIGCSE ’97 (February 27-March 1, 1996), San Jose, CA.
  174. K. Miller. Software Reliability and Applied Ethics: How Good is Good Enough? Colloquium Speaker (March 29, 1996), University of Montana, Computer Science Dept., Missoula, Montana.
  175. K. Miller. Technical Decisions and Human Values Interact, Colloquium Speaker (January 11, 1996), University of East London, European Center for Professional Ethics.
  176. K. Miller. Teaching Computer Ethics, NSF Workshop (June 2-3, 1995), co-convener with Deborah Johnson.
  177. K. Miller. Teaching Computer Ethics, NSF Workshop (June 24-29, 1995), co-convener with Deborah Johnson.
  178. K. Miller. Building Communities Electronically, Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship (January 8, 1995).
  179. K. Miller. Habits of the Heart in Electronic Communities, Illinois College Colloquium Series (December 12, 1994), Jacksonville, Illinois.
  180. K. Miller. Computer Ethics. Midwest Small College Computing Conference (Sept. 30, 1994), featured speaker.
  181. K. Miller. Impact Computer Science NSF Workshop (August 12-13, 1994), funded participant.
  182. K. Miller. Teaching Computer Ethics, NSF Workshop (June 7-11, 1994), co-convener with Deborah Johnson.
  183. K. Miller. Some models for teaching social and ethical issues in computing. 25th SIGCSE Technical Symposium (March 11, 1994), panel presentation.
  184. D. Gotterbarn and K. Miller. Teaching about Computer Ethics and Professional Conduct within the Computer Science Curriculum, with D. Gotterbarn, 24th SIGCSE Technical Symposium (February 18-19, 1993), Indianapolis, Indiana.
  185. K. Miller. Random number generators: a personal adventure (October 27, 1993), Norfolk State University, MRL Colloquium Series.
  186. K. Miller. Implementing the ethics requirement of the new ACM/IEEE Curriculum. SIGCSE Technical Symposium  (March 6, 1992),  Kansas City, Missouri.
  187. K. Miller. Putting the squeeze play on the probability of failure. WilliamE.SimonGraduateSchool of Business Administration, University of Rochester. Rochester, New York (Jan. 13, 1992).
  188. K. Miller. Teaching computing and values. Track coordinator at National Conference on Computing and Values. New Haven, Connecticut (August 12-16, 1991).
  189. K. Miller. Responsibility for software quality. PolytechnicUniversity. Bucarest, Romania (June 11, 1991).
  190. K. Miller. How good is good enough? INFA Software Inc. Bucarest, Romania (June 10, 1991).
  191. K. Miller. Software engineering ethics. Panel at International Conference on Software Engineering, Austin, Texas (May 14-16, 1991).
  192. K. Miller. Computing professionals and the public trust. Featured speaker at The Alumni College Program of the College of William and Mary. Williamsburg, Virginia (June 27-30, 1991).
  193. K. Miller. Balls, urns, and reusable software’s probability of failure. Department Colloquium. The College of William & Mary, Dept. of Computer Science. Williamsburg, Virginia (March 22, 1991).
  194. K. Miller. Integrating computer ethics into the computer science curriculum. National Educational Computing Conference 90, Nashville, Tennessee (June 11, 1990).
  195. K. Miller. Computer ethics and computer science education. Colloquium at Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia (March 19, 1990).
  196. K. Miller. Methods of integrating the study of ethics into the computer science curriculum. Panel at the 1990 SIGCSE Technical Symposium, Washington, D.C. (February 23, 1990).
  197. K. Miller. Software Engineering Ethics Workshop, Invited participant at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie MellonUniversity (June 15-16, 1989).
  198. K. Miller. Computer ethics in the classroom. Virginia Commonwealth University, Division of Mathematical Sciences (November 10, 1989).
  199. K. Miller. The Right Stuff and space-age culture. Thomas Wolfe’s America, Randolph-MaconCollege, Ashland, Virginia. Panel discussion (September 15, 1988).
  200. K. Miller. Star Wars: technology, politics, hope, and hype. Richmond Chapter of the ACM, Richmond, Virginia (January 15, 1987).
  201. K. Miller. Expert systems – technical and ethical issues. Ford Foundation Seminar on Computers and Society, Richmond, Virginia. (July 22, 1986).
  202. K. Miller. Computer matching – who’s got your number? Virginia Commonwealth University Honors College, Richmond, Virginia. (February 8, 1986).
  203. K. Miller and B. Spielman. The ethics of computing- personal, professional, and public. NASA Langley Research Center Colloquium Series, Hampton, Virginia. (November 17, 1984).