The Miller Center is a nonpartisan institute that seeks to expand understanding of the presidency, policy, and political history, providing critical insights for the nation’s governance challenges. Based at the University of Virginia, with offices in Charlottesville and in Washington, DC, the Miller Center is committed to work grounded in rigorous scholarship and advanced through civil discourse. Gerald L. Baliles, 65th Governor of Virginia and former Chairman of the board of PBS, has served as Director and CEO of the Miller Center since April 2006. read more →
The Miller Center is home to more than fifty scholars and staff, with expertise on the modern American presidency and major public and policy issues key to the governing of the United States. View the complete list of scholars and experts
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Miller Center Publications
An online “press kit” including Annual Reports and quarterly Miller Center Reports. (PDF)
- Summer 2013 Miller Center Report
- Winter 2012 Miller Center Report
- Summer 2012 Miller Center Report
- Summer 2011 Miller Center Report
- Winter 2011 Miller Center Report
- Summer 2010 Miller Center Report
- Winter 2010 Miller Center Report
- Summer 2009 Miller Center Report
- Winter 2009 Miller Center Report
- Summer 2008 Miller Center Report
- Spring 2008 Miller Center Report
- Fall/Winter 2007 Miller Center Report
- Summer 2007 Miller Center Report
- Spring 2007 Miller Center Report
- 2011–12 Annual Report
- 2010–11 Annual Report
- 2009–10 Annual Report
- 2008–09 Annual Report
- 2007–08 Annual Report
- 2006–07 Annual Report
- 2005 Annual Report
- 2004 Annual Report
- 2003 Annual Report
In addition, the Miller Center Papers are online.
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