Shelie Miller

Assistant Professor, School of Natural Resources and Environment
(734) 763-8645

Shelie Miller’s research interests center around the life cycle impacts of energy.  Recent work focuses on the non-carbon aspects of biofuels, such as disruptions to the nitrogen cycle and changes in land use.  Interests also include advancing Life Cycle Assessment methods to analyze dynamic and emerging systems, such as the development of electric grids in developing countries.  She teaches Environmental Systems Analysis at the graduate level and Ecological Issues at the undergraduate level.