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Dr. Reenay R.H. Rogers

Associate Dean and Director of Assessment for the College of Education

Dr. Reenay Rogers serves the College of Education as Associate Dean and Director of Assessment and Evaluation.  She works with the COE faculty and students to direct continuous improvement efforts to strengthen the COE's programs. Dr. Rogers has served as program director on two Minority Science and Engineering Program Improvement grants to offer enrichment opportunities and support services for UWA's STEM majors. Additionally, she currently serves as a Co-PI on INSPIRE (Implementing Novel STEM Practices in Rural Education) offering financial support to STEM education majors.

Education

  • Ph. D. Instructional Leadership with emphasis in Instructional Technology The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa AL 2007
  • M. A. Secondary Education Comprehensive Science The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa AL 1996
  • B. S. Microbiology The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa AL 1988
  • Recent Publications

  • Sun, Y. & Rogers, R. R. H. Engaging STEM Students from Rural Areas: Emerging Research and Opportunities IGI Global, Publisher 2018
  • Ray, B., Rogers, R.R.H. & Hocutt, M. K-12 Educators’ Perspectives on Coding: Moving from “I can't” to “I do”. In P. Resta & S. Smith (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 2791-2795) 2017
  • Rogers, R. R. H., Winship, J., Sun, Y. “Systematic support for STEM pre-service teachers An authentic and sustainable four-pillar professional development model IGI: Global, Innovative Professional Development Methods and Strategies for STEM Education 2016
  • Ray, B., Rogers, R. R. H. & Hocutt, M. (in publication). Perceptions of Non-STEM Discipline Teachers on Coding as a Teaching and Learning Tool: What are the Possibilities? Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education in publication
  • Sun, Y., Rogers, R.R.H, & Winship, J. An Authentic and Sustainable STEM Pre-Service Teacher Professional Development Model: Authentic Learning Experience and Preparing for Tomorrow’s STEM professionals in Handbook of Research on Educator Preparation and Professional Learning, IGI Pubications 2019