Dr. Rodgers

Lecturer in American Sign Language

Dr. Rogers joined the faculty fall of 2002. He teaches the American Sign Language courses offered in the department. Dr. Rogers received his B.A. from Tennessee Temple University and masters degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is earned a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a state and nationally certified sign language interpreter. Dr. Rogers’ interests are the comparative linguistics of the sign languages of North American and third-world countries.