Ms. Julia Miller joined the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders as a member of the academic staff in the summer of 1983.At that time, she was also employed at New Auburn Public School providing speech/language therapy or students from 3-21 years of age. For the next 26 years, Ms. Miller will tell you, she had the best of both worlds providing direct therapy to school age children during the school year and supervising graduate and undergraduate student clinicians as they worked with fluency and child speech/language disorders during each summer semester.Ms. Miller retired from her New Auburn Public School position in June, 2009. After one entire weekend of full retirement, she joined the academic staff at UWEC as a clinical instructor on a year round basis and is currently working part-time in that capacity. Ms. Miller continues to have a special interest in developmental language disorders, phonology, fluency disorders and autism. She has worked with Camp Campus since the second year of its inception, providing an immersion experience in university life for adolescents and young adults with Asperger's Syndrome in order to facilitate their transition into successful post-secondary education or employment. In her life outside of work, Ms. Miller enjoys her two adult children and five grandchildren.