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Electrical & Computer Engineering

Personal Webpage of Dr. Ruth Douglas Miller

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 I am retiring fully from Kansas State University in Spring 2018.  Find out why here.

I am living in Pennsylvania now, with no office on KSU campus.  Please contact the department directly at:

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506-5204

Photo: Monarchs on Goldenrod in our garden during Fall migration, October, 1996
Monarch Butterfly


Research Interests

Courses I'm Teaching

Office Hours

KSU Honor System

**How to Properly Credit Others**: Expectations for classes I teach

Personal Links List

Solar Car Photos and Movies


Research Interests

Office Hours

I am no longer in Manhattan, but would be happy to meet with you by e-mail, phone or Zoom. E-mail me to set up an appointment.

KSU Honour System

The following is taken from the Faculty Handbook, Appendix F: "The Honor System is an assumption of trust which accompanies the student in all dealings with fellow students, faculty, and administrators. The atmosphere of trust grounded in this assumption of honor enables every student to know his or her word will be taken as true and to compete fairly in the classroom."

" The acceptance of individual responsibility is essential to our community of trust. The foundation of the Honor System depends entirely upon the willingness of every individual to live up to the standards set by fellow students, faculty, and administration. If we are to enjoy the benefits of a community of trust and integrity which the Honor System fosters, we must hold ourselves to the basic principles of honesty: we must never lie or cheat. In order to safeguard the privileges offered by the Honor System, we must respond forthrightly and proactively with those students who have disregarded the principles of honesty."

The Kansas State University Honor System is defined by the following Honor Code:

  • KSU students will not give or receive aid in examinations; they will not give or receive unpermitted aid in class work, in the preparation of reports or in any other work that is to be used by the instructor as the basis of grading.
  • KSU students will do their share and take an active part in seeing to it that others as well as themselves uphold the spirit and letter of the Honor System.  This includes reporting an observed dishonesty.

I expect that engineering students in my classes, as engineers in training, will adhere to this Code as well as to the IEEE Code of Ethics where applicable.  To assist students in their efforts to follow these Codes, I have prepared a webpage on How to Credit Others' Work.

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Page last modified: 20 November, 2017, by Ruth Douglas Miller rdmiller@ksu.edu