Prentice Miller Room
- 18 people for seated meal or meeting requiring a conference table
- Full audiovisual system including drop-down projection screen and data projector, wireless keyboard and mouse, integrated computer, and conference call system
About the Prentice Miller Room
The Prentice Miller Room is a board room named after the first dean of Emory alumni, H. Prentice Miller 27C 28G. Miller is lovingly remembered as an English instructor, freshman advisor, inspiring mentor, and dean to countless Emory students and alumni. His old desk resides in the meeting room, which holds 20 people for seated dinners or meetings. Prentice Miller was Emory’s first Dean of Alumni, serving from 1960–1984. A former English instructor, Miller also served as Dean of the freshman and sophomore classes. Miller’s desk remains in the room that bears his name.
"The Miller-Ward House is not only convenient to most parts of the city, but it is a beautiful building with elegant meeting rooms. Good for Emory, and good for alums, my thanks go out to all the people who helped make my writing seminars there so successful. I couldn't ask for a better venue. "
~David Darracott 73C, author of Wasted