Dr. Paul M. Rogers is an Assistant Professor of English at George Mason University and the Director of the Northern Virginia Writing Project. In addition to working with K-12 teachers throughout Northern Virginia, he teaches courses in writing, including graduate seminars in composition theory and research methods in professional writing and rhetoric.
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Paul M. Rogers is an Associate Professor of English and the Associate Chair of the English department at George Mason University. He is also a Senior Scholar for the Center for the Advancement of Well Being. His recent publications include the co-edited volumes: International Advances in Writing Research: Cultures, Places, and Measures; Writing Across the Curriculum: A Critical Sourcebook; and Traditions of Writing Research.
Rogers was a 2008 recipient of American Association of Colleges & Universities K. Patricia Cross Award for leadership in higher education, and a co-recipient of National Council of Teachers of English 2009 Janet Emig Award for research in English education. Dr. Rogers current research projects includes a study on the relationship of written communication and social innovation, and an extended research study aimed at improving dissertation writing and supervision.
Rogers has led a variety of initiatives focused on advancing social innovation and well-being. He works on the Stanford Study of Writing research team, and is a founding leader and the corresponding secretary for the International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research.