Dr. Mark Rogers teaches and writes about film, television, and American popular culture. He is Professor of Communication and serves as Chair of the Division of Humaities. He holds a B.A. in Social Sciences, an M.A. in Television and Film Production, and a Ph.D. in American Culture, all from the University of Michigan.
Rogers is Walsh University's representative to the Board of Trustees of the Cooperative Center For Study Abroad. He works to facilitate the participation of Walsh students and faculty in CCSA programs.
Rogers joined Walsh in 1997.
Dr. Roger's personal webpage can be found here.