Denny Miller
Denny Miller

Position:
Director of Sports Medicine



06/06/2012

Armstrong To Be Honored At NFF Honors Banquet On June 21

Indiana Football Hall of Fame to induct O'Shea, Ransom, Tiller; chapter to honor Anthrop, Hummel, Licktenberg, Miller and Oppys.

05/16/2012

NFF Honors Dinner To Have Hall Of Fame Feel

Indiana Football Hall of Fame to induct O'Shea, Ransom, Tiller; chapter to honor Anthrop, Hummel, Licktenberg, Miller and Oppys.

04/26/2012

Boilermakers To Be Well Represented At May 6 NFF Banquet

Tickets still available for scholar-athlete banquet in Merrillville, Ind.

04/10/2012

Black & Gold Game Details

Kickoff is at 1 p.m., but there is a whole host of activities leading up to the game.

02/02/2012

Boersma Hired As Director Of Sports Medicine

He will start with the Boilermakers on Feb. 15 and ultimately assume the position currently held by Denny Miller, who is retiring June 30.

Denny Miller was named director of sports medicine for the Purdue athletic training program in July of 2000 after a 24-year stint as head athletic trainer. Before that, he served four years as an assistant athletic trainer. Miller also is director of the Physical Therapy Department of the Purdue Student Health Center.

In 2002, Miller received the Diamond "P" Award, presented annually by the John Purdue Club for distinguished service and commitment to Purdue athletics.

A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Miller joined the Purdue ranks in 1973 following completion of his postgraduate physical therapy curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania, which followed tours as assistant athletic trainer at West Point (while on active duty) and Syracuse.

In June of 1996, Miller completed four years as president of the 20,000-member NATA. He also is a former president of the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association. He currently is chair of a NATA task force to develop and recommend standards for health care for intercollegiate athletes. Miller was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in June of 2001.

A native of Hawarden, Iowa, Miller earned his B.A. in physical education from Iowa State in 1968, his M.S. in physical education from Syracuse in 1972 and his physical therapy degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973.

Denny and his wife, Linda, have two daughters, Nicole and Natalie, who are Purdue graduates.