Angie Berna Milliren
WVU Online Student Ambassador
Instructional Design and Technology EdD
Angie Berna Milliren has been teaching in the public-school system since 1999.
Her passions are technology and the fine arts. Technology and music came together in her undergraduate music education degree when she began to write music using compositional software. Angie holds a master's degree in multimedia technologies and shares her love of multimedia and music with her students each day. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate at WVU, where she is pursuing her Ed.D. in Instructional Design and Technology. Angie is a graduate assistant at Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, where she helps migrate professors to online classrooms and oversees the Davis Online website. She holds Apple Teacher and Google Educator certifications, as well as serving as a micro-credential National Ambassador for Digital Promise.
Through her school district, Elizabeth Forward, she was part of the initial cohort for Modern Teacher. She presented a research project on changing teaching pedagogy and technology implementation at Apple in Cupertino in December of 2019. Currently, she enjoys designing her own online courses for her students in Canvas. When not at work, Angie enjoys riding her Can-Am Spyder, crafting, and serving as a cantor at her parish, St. Sebastian Roman Catholic Church in Belle Vernon, Pa.