Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop

Amy Rogers

Amy Rogers


B.S., Lycoming College
M.A., Bloomsburg University
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

Contact Information:

(570) 321-4312
Campus Post Office Box 22

Professor of Education and Associate Provost for Assessment and Accreditation

Dr. Amy Rogers, a professor in the Education Department, has been teaching at Lycoming College since 2007. She earned her B.A. at Lycoming College, received her M.A. from Bloomsburg University, and her Ph.D. at Pennsylvania State University. Amy’s work studied the effects of local history in relation to a student’s level of civic mindedness and civic engagement. Her research areas include teacher leadership, mentoring and coaching in teacher education, and place-based education.

Rogers is responsible for teaching various aspects of PK-12, middle and secondary teacher certification programs, as well as Teaching Social Studies to the PK-4 teacher candidates. She rotates between serving as Departmental Chair and Director of Teacher Education within the Education Department. Rogers is committed to creating partnerships with our local districts, collaborating to offer high-quality educational experiences to all stakeholders.

She serves on the board of directors to the Pennsylvania Association of College and Teacher Educators (PAC-TE). This nonprofit professional association promotes quality educational programs and provides professional growth opportunities for professionals who teach, prepare and develop new educators. Rogers is also part of the National Task Force with the Association of Teacher Educators on Addressing the Needs of the Cooperating/School-Based Teacher Educator. She presents regularly at state, national, and international conferences related to teacher education preparation.

Associate Provost for Assessment and Accreditation:

Amy has also been appointed the Associate Provost for Assessment and Accreditation for Lycoming College, where she serves as the liaison to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and co-chaired the 2020-21 Self-Study accreditation.  As such, Amy is the gatekeeper of assessment processes for institutional level, administrative offices and academic programs at Lycoming College.