PhD, Andrews University
MA, Andrews University
BA, Southern Adventist University
Originally from Ontario, Canada, Michael Milmine is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Graduate Psychology & Counseling, teaching courses in research methods, applied statistics, and psychology. Dr. Milmine joined the faculty in 2021 after having taught psychology at the undergraduate level and chairing the Psychology & Social Work Department at Pacific Union College in California. As much as he enjoys teaching, his greatest joys are his wife and daughter. He also enjoys reading, hockey, rollerblading, racket sports, and traveling. When asked why he left the Napa Valley in favor of southwest Michigan, he responds with "the weather."
Dr. Milmine's research interests span a wide range of topics, but most recently include topics such as student success and engagement, learning and memory, the impact of media use on everyday life.
Milmine, M., & Gabriel, E. (2018). Shielding students from stereotype threat: Instructional and developmental implications. Journal of Adventist Education, 80(3), 26-31.
Lopez, M., & Milmine, M. (2019). Finding your rhythm: The effects of drumming circles on undergraduate students. Poster presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Pasadena, CA.
Alvarado, M., Hoffman, E., Quijada, S., & Milmine, M. (2019). The effects of music on attention/memory processes and arousal. Poster presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Pasadena, CA.
Milmine, M., & Nosworthy, N. (2017). The Television Viewing, Dating, and Academics of Young Adults. Poster presented at the meeting of the Midwest Psychological Association (MPA), Chicago, IL.