Robert Rogers, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology

Field of Interest

Dr. Rogers has served as an environmental consultant on many projects in the region, with ongoing professional activity and research in impact assessment and management of wetlands and other natural areas.  Dr. Rogers’ expertise and interests include environmental microbiology and biotechnology, wetlands management and sustainability, endangered species/habitat assessment, and population biology and propagation of native plants. Current research projects with students at Felician include studies of microbial adaptability to chemical and environmental stress, and genetic selection of microbial tolerance.  Dr. Rogers is very interested in expanding student research opportunities in biology and environmental science, and providing students with experience in using current technology in laboratory and field studies.

Courses Taught at Felician College

BIO 103, 104 General Biology I,II
BIO 202 Microbiology
BIO 205, 206 Anatomy & Physiology I, II
BIO 307 Pathophysiology
BIO 310 Cell Biology
BIO 403 Immunology
BIO 405 Genetics
BIO 409 Biology Seminar
FYE 100/101 Freshman Year Experience I, II
ENV 100 Environmental Science

Publications

Office Location:
Obal Hall 206A
Contact Phone:
(201) 559-6255

Education

Ph.D., Botany/Soil Science, University of Minnesota (1976)
B.S., Biological Sciences, Rutgers University (1971)

Positions Held

Felician College, Associate Professor (2005-present)
Ramapo College of New Jersey, Assistant Professor (2003-2005)
Felician College, New York University, Queens College, Adjunct (1997-2005)
Ocean County College, Assistant Professor (1996-1997)
Stevens Institute of Technology, Associate Professor (1993-1996)