Robin Rogers

Education
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
MSSW, University of Louisville
MRE, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
BA, Baylor University
Full Curriculum Vita
Selected Publications
  • Sherr, M., Singletary, J., & Rogers, R. (2009). Innovative service or proselytizing: Exploring when service delivery becomes a platform for unwanted religious persuasion. Social Work 54(2), 157-165.
  • Rogers, R. (2007). Family literacy as a church ministry: A model. Family & Community Ministry. 22(2), 6-17.
  • Rogers, R. (2009). Community Collaboration: Practices of effective collaboration as reported by three urban faith-based social service programs. Social Work & Christianity, 36(3), 326-345.
  • Yancey, G., Rogers, R., Singletary, J., & Sherr, M. A national study of administrative practices in religious organizations. Social Work & Christianity, 36(2), 127-142.
Research Interests
  • Family Literacy
  • Workforce Development
  • Religiously Affiliated Social Service Organizations
Background
Robin "Rob" Rogers joined the Baylor University faculty in August 2001. He teaches in the areas of administration, research, and practice with organizations and communities. From 2005-2009, Rob was the director of the Center for Literacy in the School of Social Work. His practice experience has been in the areas of workforce development, program evaluation and social policy analysis. He served for nine years as the executive director of the Center for Workforce Excellence in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He also served as a senior policy analyst for the Education Policy and Issues Center in Pittsburgh. Prior to moving to Pittsburgh, he was associate professor (1977-85) and director (1982-84) of the MSW program at the Carver School of Church Social Work at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. In 1983, he was named "Social Worker of the Year" by the Kentucky Chapter of NASW. From 2002-2005, Dr. Rogers served as associate director of the Faith & Service Technical Education Network (FASTEN) research project, funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts. For three years he was co-director of the Learning English Among Friends (LEAF) family literacy program, which began at Cesar Chavez Middle School and has expanded to six middle schools and one high school in the Waco Independent School District. He is married to Ruth Massey Rogers and they have two adult sons, Joshua and Mark.