M.S. University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Secondary Education), 2000
B.A. Westen Kentucky University, 1992
Michelle Rogers is a tenured Master Instructor in the Department of Biology with an
appointment in The Center of Excellence for Field Biology as the outreach and environmental
education coordinator. She is the state coordinator for Project WET (Water Education
Today, formerly called Water Education for Teachers).
General Biology II and Sustaining Biodiversity
Michelle Rogers is a dedicated educator with an interest in conservation of biodiversity
and natural resources. She co-created the curriculum for an APSU general education
course, BIOL 2400 Sustaining Biodiversity, that focuses on finding solutions for climate
change, habitat destruction and other challenges in preserving the amazing diversity
of life on Earth.
Ms. Rogers has provided many professional development workshops for K-12 teachers
with a focus on reducing water pollution and encouraging environmental education and
conservation. She has presented many times at conferences for groups such as the Tennessee
Environmental Education Association, the Tennessee Science Teachers Association, and
the North American Association of Environmental Educators.