Rich Miller is an Associate Professor of Health Education in the School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism (RHT), in the College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University. He instructs undergraduate and graduate courses as well as coordinates the driver education program. Prior to coming to Mason’s faculty in 1989, he held corporate and occupational health management positions at Xerox and the University of Rochester’s Medical Center. Before that, he was on the faculty at Kent State University. He is author of Epidemiology Applied to Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Professionals (Haworth Press, 2002). His current research interest is instrumentation of knowledge tests in health promotion and disease prevention. He is also a certified Driver Education instructor for the Fairfax County Public Schools.