Mr. Frank McMillan

Adjunct Professor of GIScMr. Frank McMillan

Office: Bay Hall 350C
Phone: (361) 765-4453


  • MS, Geography, Texas A&M University 1984
  • BS, Geography, Texas A&M University 1980

Area of Expertise:

  • Cultural/Human/World Geography
  • Geography of North America
  • Geography of Texas
  • Physical Geography
  • (some background in Economic Geography, as well)
  • Holocaust Education 
  • History of Analytical Psychology.
  • Author: Fiction and non-fiction (Winner of the 2012 National Association of Elementary School Principals Foundation Book of the Year Award; 2015 Mark Twain Readers' Award finalist)


  • McMillan, F. and David Rosen (2015). Jung and Levinas: War and Ethics. Proceedings of the 19th Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. (Daimon Verlag Publishers, Switzerland).

  • McMillan, F. (2014) Frank N. McMillan III on Ancestors. Jung Journal. 8(3), pp. 77-80.

  • McMillan, F. (2012). Finding Jung: Frank N. McMillan Jr. and his Quest for the Lion. (pp. 191). College Station: Texas A&M University Press.

  • McMillan, F. and David Rosen (2012). Synchronicity at the Crossroads: Frank McMillan, Forrest Bess, and Carl Jung. Jung Journal, 6(2), pp. 86-102

  • McMillan, F. (2012). The Young Healer (pp. 208). Watertown, MA: Charlesbridge Publishing.

  • McMillan, F. (2006). Cezanne Is Missing (pp. 323). New York, New York: Cambridge House Publishing Company, LLC.

  • McMillan, F. (2005). The Pattern of the Lion. Mantis, 17(1), pp. 5-19.

  • McMillan, F. (1998). The Rock Rabbit and the Rainbow: Laurens van der Post Among Friends (Sep/Oct 1998 ed., pp. 2). Round Table Review.