Daegan Miller is a grant writer for the Global Health Institute and focuses on development. He also is the communications coordinator for the Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team, led by Tracey Holloway at the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. Miller holds a doctorate in American environmental history from Cornell University, and he originally came to the UW-Madison as an A.W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities. When he’s not writing for GHI and SAGE, he’s working on his own projects (his first book is soon to be published by the University of Chicago Press), running, or, more likely, wrangling his two perfect, wild boys.