Kevin Miller is a fellow at The Century Foundation, where he conducts quantitative research on college affordability and accountability. His research has focused on the experiences of and outcomes for women and nontraditional students in higher education. Prior to working with the Century Foundation, Kevin was Senior Researcher at the American Association of University Women, Assistant Director of Institutional Research at the City University of New York Graduate Center, and Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

Kevin holds undergraduate degrees in psychology and political science from the University of Illinois and earned his PhD in social psychology at Ohio State University, where he conducted research on the psychology of prejudice. He has authored publications, testified before state and city lawmakers, conducted technical assistance, and analyzed data on a wide variety of topics. These topics include the gender wage and leadership gaps, student debt, challenges faced by women in postsecondary education, paid leave and other workplace policies, and implicit bias.