Nina DeCario Miville

Assoc. Professor of Professional Practice

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Dr. Nina Miville is associate professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Miami College of Engineering. Dr. Miville's research interests include work design, financial management, productivity management, and management decision making.

Since 2010, she has served as faculty advisor for the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers. Dr. Miville has co-led the annual Senior Design Expo Committee, now in its fourth year. She is highly regarded by her students for advocating on their behalf and for connecting them with corporate recruiters. Nina regularly hosts firms including American Express, Visa, Citrix and others in her classes.

Dr. Miville graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Miami. As a faculty member, she was awarded the Eliahu I. Jury Excellence in Service Innovation and was granted tenure in 2010.



2005D.B.A. I.T Management Nova Southeastern University
2000M.S. Project Management George Washington University
1991MBA Business Administration University of Miami
1986B.S. Industrial Engineering University of Miami

Professional Experience

2010 - Assistant Professor in Practice, University of Miami
2010 - 2013Associate Professor, American Intercontinental University
2007 - 2010Lecturer, University of Miami
2005 - 2010Adjunct, American Intercontinental University
2005 - 2007Manager, Senior Consultant, Mount Sinai Medical Center
2006 - 2007Adjunct, University of Miami
1998 - 2005Director, Mercy Hospital
1996 - 2004Adjunct, Florida International University
1991 - 1994Operations Business Analyst, American Bankers Insurance Group
1990 - 1991Analyst II, American Bankers Insurance Group
1989 - 1990Analyst, American Bankers Insurance Group
1988 - 1989Supervisor, American Bankers Insurance Group
1986 - 1988Management Intern, American Bankers Insurance Group

Research Interests

Work Design, Financial Management, Productivity Management, Management Decision Making