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Barry K. Miller

Barry is the Director of Communications and External Relations for the University Libraries at UNCG. In that role, he is responsible for the Library's public communications, including the Library Columns newsletter, and publicity concerning the services, people, and collections of the Library. He also works with the Friends of the UNCG Libraries, community outreach, special events and programs. A former Corporate Librarian in the private sector, he holds the M.L.S. from UNC Chapel Hill and a B.A. in History from Wake Forest.

There are 4 included publications by Barry K. Miller :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Cotton Grove Resonates, Pulls Another Generation. 2003 230 This story begins and ends with Cotton Grove, a place where I have never lived, never even spent a night. Yet the magic of Cotton Grove has captured the imagination of my family for some 60 years following our removal from it, and the attempt to exam...
Edward R. Murrow Centennial Celebration: Guilford County Remembers Its Native Son. 2008 169 Edward R. Murrow’s reputation as one of America’s most celebrated journalists endures today, more than 40 years after his death. Murrow brought to American radio listeners—and later television viewers—compelling stories that came alive through words...
Edward R. Murrow: a personal word of appreciation 2008 193 Edward R. Murrow was born 100 years ago today in Guilford County. He became a pioneer in broadcast TV who was known for the high quality of his work as well as the high standards he sought for his profession.
Finding Home. 2002 196 When in search of the old Miller family cemetery this past weekend, my brother Don, his son Scott, and I came across a patch of periwinkle growing in the woods on the large tract of land in Cotton Grove south of Lexington that includes the ceme...