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Dr. Douglas Rogers

Douglas Rogers

Allen/Dawson, Faculty-In-Residence

Dr. Douglas Rogers, associate professor in the department of curriculum and instruction, serves as the associate dean for undergraduate programs, student and information services in the School of Education at Baylor University. He received his B.S. at Baylor, and his M.L.S. and Ed.D at East Texas University. Dr. Rogers came back to Baylor in August 1987, and has served in various capacities since then, including fifteen years as Director of the Center for Educational Technology and later as the university liaison for the Waco High Professional Development School. Most recently, he has taught in the inaugural engaged learning groups, specifically, the Hispanic Families in Transition ELG.

"As the newest member of the faculty-in-residence initiative at Baylor, I'm looking forward to what students will teach me about how we integrate learning experiences that take place both within and outside the traditional learning structures of classes, courses, majors, degrees, etc. I invite you to come be part of building a community that is intentional about learning from every aspect of university life-our intellectual pursuits, our social interactions, our recreation and leisure, and our spiritual development."