Director of University of Pittsburgh Press Announces Her Retirement

Cynthia Miller, director of the University of Pittsburgh Press since 1995, has announced that she will retire in February 2013. During her tenure as director, the press has published more than 850 titles. Books published during her term as director have won 88 awards.

Before joining the University of Pittsburgh Press, Miller was editor-in-chief at the University Press of Kansas. She was also worked for the Catholic University of America Press, Wesleyan University Press, and the Brookings Institution.

Miller is a graduate of Virginia Tech and holds a master’s degree in U.S. history from Duke University.

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