Elice E Rogers, Ed.D
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 Title: Associate Professor
 Dept: Counseling, Administration, Supervision & Adult Learning
 Office: JH 288
 Phone: 216-687-4587
 Email: E.E.ROGERS@csuohio.edu
 Web: http://www.csuohio.edu/coehs/departments/casal/adultl
earning/
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 288, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Education:
Ed.D., Adult Continuing Education, Northern Illinois University, 1997
M.Ed., Higher Education Professional Development, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 1991
B.S., Business Administration, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 1989
B.S., Sociology, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 1983
 
Brief Bio:
Dr. Elice E. Rogers is a Cyril O. Houle Scholar in the field of Adult Education and Associate Professor of Adult Learning and Development at Cleveland State University.  Rogers is recognized by the Kellogg Foundation as a national/international scholar in her field.  She completed a two-year study of "The women of the congressional black caucus as political leaders and adult learners."  A native of Racine, Wisconsin, Rogers dissertation directly addressed African American women as political leaders and adult learners.  Elice is co-author of two texts and she has authored numerous refereed publications which appear in books, journals as well as refereed conference proceedings in the field of Adult Continuing Education.  Rogers' most recent book (2004) with Professor Larry G. Martin, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is entitled Adult Education in an urban context: Problems, practices, and programming for inner-city communities and is used in many colleges and universities nationally and internationally.   Among her several publications, Rogers has a  recent book chapter entitled Black Power: Chicago politics and social movements: What have we learned? in J. Conyers (Ed.)  Civil Rights, Black Arts, and the Black Power Movement in America.  McFarland and Co., Inc. and a published journal article Learning-to-Learn to Live Through Struggle: A Bridge over Troubled Waters in the Lives of African American Women Political Leaders in the PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning (Vol. 13, 2004, 57-68.  Rogers is currently working on her third book, entitled Profiles of African American women in politics. Rogers serves the field of adult education on the local, national, and international level.  She is currently member of two editorial boards within the field of adult education and she completed elected terms as Steering Committee Member of the National Adult Education Research Conference (2002-2004) and Executive Member of the National Commission of Professors of Adult Education (2004-2006).  She served as Visiting Faculty Scholar at the University of Tennessee in the Fall of 2006 and is the recipient of many awards and honors to include: The Rada Distinguished Alumni Award (University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, 2008), The Multicultural Alumni Award (University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, 2006) and Women Who Make A Difference Award (Cleveland State University, 2005).  Dr. Rogers is also Phi Beta Kappa (since 1996), a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority (since 1982) and Kappa Delta Pi (since 1995).  She is also a member of The Ohio Association For Adult and Continuing Education (since 2000), a member of the Commission of Professors of Adult Education (since 1998), and a member of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (since 1995).

Dr. Rogers areas of academic and scholarly expertise include:

-multicultural adult education
-sociology of adult education
-critical race feminist research
-adults and higher education
-leadership and adult education
-diverse adult learners and popular culture
-urban adult education
-african americans and adult education
-qualitative research methodology and techniques