Experienced academic administrator with a background in information science. Jenica P. Rogers is the Dorf Endowed Director of the Lougheed Center for Applied Learning, Executive Director of the Lougheed Learning Commons, and Senior International Officer at the State University of New York at Potsdam. Jenica’s pre-leadership background is in librarianship, focused on information architecture and staff training. Jenica earned her MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2001 after graduating from Trinity College in Hartford, CT in 1998 with a BA in English Literature. The Dorf Endowed Director is the chief administrator for the College’s work in experiential education, international education, student research, the Honors Program, and career services. Through the work of the Center, students and faculty are annually awarded more than $300,000 in grants supported by $9M in endowments to support applied learning. The Lougheed Learning Commons is a hub of non-classroom academic space which includes the College Libraries, College Archives, Lougheed Center for Applied Learning, College Makerspace, and Honors Program, and is dedicated to exploring and expanding the boundaries and intersections of traditional classroom instruction and applied research and learning activities.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dorf Endowed Director for Applied Learning