Michael Milone, Ph.D.

Michael Milone, Ph.D.

Dr. Michael Milone is a nationally recognized research psychologist and award-winning educational writer. He earned a Ph.D. in 1978 from The Ohio State University and has served in an adjunct capacity at Ohio State, the University of Arizona, Gallaudet University, and New Mexico State University. He has taught in regular and special education programs at all levels, holds a Master of Arts degree from Gallaudet University, and is fluent in American Sign Language. He served on the board of directors of the Association of Educational Publishers, was a member of the Literacy Assessment Committee of the International Reading Association, and is a past chair of the Technology and Literacy Committee of the International Reading Association. He contributed to both readingonline.org and Technology & Learning magazine on a regular basis. He currently serves on the Research Advisory Board of Renaissance Learning the Education Advisory Team of Bluenose Edutainment, and the Albert J. Harris Award Committee of the International Reading Association. His publications include two novels, several standardized tests, hundreds of articles, and a puzzle called Diminish with both print and app versions. He has completed 33 marathons, two Ironman triathlons, and hundreds of other races, including the Mt. Taylor Winter Quadrathlon.

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Reinvent Yourself at College

A surprising number of people use college to reinvent themselves. It's the perfect opportunity to do so. read more

The Crux of College Creativity

People often think as creativity as something that is reserved for artists, writers, film makers, and the like. The truth of the matter is that creativity is something that everyone needs, often on a regular basis. Nowhere is this more true than when you are in college.read more

How to Avoid the Freshman 15

Most students gain weight when they are in college. Some research points to a natural growth spurt that happens during those years, and others say the pizza-gorging, soda-guzzling, sedentary affinities of the college freshman is to blame. Maybe it's a little of both.read more

Should I take college courses in high school?

A surprising number of high school students take college courses. The number will probably increase in the coming years. This approach is not for everybody, but many students find that taking college courses is very helpful.read more

How to Learn from Others

Humans are better than any other animals at learning from one another. Take advantage of this superpower and learn from as many people as you can. At least, learn the good things and not the bad stuff.read more

The Easiest Way to Stay Healthy on Campus

You do it every day. You might even be doing right now. And it could be key to staying fit and healthy throughout your college years. read more