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Samantha Rogers

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PhD, 2018

Samantha Rogers is the Senior Institutional Researcher at Georgia Highlands College.

During her time as a student at the University of Georgia, she found herself drawn to higher education through her research and her job at the Office of International Education. With a focus on quantitative statistics, her current research interests include student outcomes, retention, and access. 

Rogers earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in sociology in her first three years at the University of Georgia. In one more year, she earned a Master of Education in educational psychology.

She received the 2019 Edward Delaney Scholarship from the Association for Institutional Research. This award facilitates the professional growth and development of early career institutional research professionals and includes a travel grant to attend the AIR Forum in Denver, Colorado. 

News Featuring Samantha Rogers

IHE graduates Samantha (Rogers) Jelks (PhD 2019) and Andrew Crain (PhD 2020) collaborated on a Journal of Higher Education article about STEM career development and retention, "Sticking with STEM: Understanding STEM Career…

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