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Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

Reenay R.H. Rogers

Reenay Rogers, an associate professor in Educational Research, holds a Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Instructional Technology and a M.A. in Secondary Science Education. As a former high school science teacher with over ten years of experience, Dr. Rogers recognizes the need for hands-on experiential learning and real world applications of STEM in the classroom. Dr. Rogers’ experience as principal investigator on two Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program grants has also made her uniquely aware of the importance of preparing women and minorities for future STEM careers. Rural education and STEM education are both important aspects of Dr. Rogers’ research agenda. She has co-authored two book chapters; one on pre-service teacher preparation in STEM and one on STEM grant writing as well as conducted numerous presentations on technology for instructional purposes, STEM and rural education preparation, as well as rural instructional leader preparation.

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