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A Student Story – Julie Miller

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Julie Miller (2009) took full advantage of her undergraduate career were she was a Service-Learning Teaching Assistant, a Tour Guide with the Admissions Center, a Residential Assistant, co-lead several service and social justice-oriented student organizations, and worked as a fitness instructor within Campus Recreation. Julie was named one of “100 Most Influential Seniors” in 2009 and was honored by the NU’s Spiritual Life as a recipient of the Wendy Breen Kline Award.  Following graduation, she worked with Human Services Director, Lori Gardinier,  in facilitating multiple Dialogues of Civilizations.

Julie graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, where she pursued a Masters in Social Work and received the “Big Ideas Berkeley” Award as well as The Rose Kleiner Award in Gerontology. Julie is the director and producer of “Vibrant Aging: The Original Film” and “Vibrant Aging: Despite Everything,” both nationally-screened films spurring a new conversation about aging in America. Currently, Julie is a Research Associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) AgeLab and an Adjunct Instructor within the Northeastern University College of Professional Studies.

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