Liz Rogan

Liz Rogan, Ed.D., MSN-Ed, MA, RN, CNE

Assistant Director, Associate Professor
Education and Leadership, Graduate Nursing

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Dr. Liz Rogan  has been at Clarkson College since  2017 and  is the Assistant Director of Graduate Nursing  as well as an  Associate Professor She earned her  Doctor of Education  from College of St Mary  in 2014. She also hol d Master’s  degrees in Nursing Education and History/Latin American Histor y Her  dissertations include  Nurse Educators’ Beliefs about the Relevance of Continuing Professional Development Preparation of Nurses Who Precept BSN Students: A Descriptive Study,  and  Enemies on the Beach: An Examination of the Contention over the Defense of Vera Cruz, with Special Focus on Sir Arthur Wellesley's Plan of 1807  

Dr. Rogan has also performed research in a number of areas  including nurse educator specialty options and continuing professional development.   Along with teaching , Dr. Rogan continues to work on  several  fiction projects  

Words of Wisdom   

Be passionate about what you’re doing!  

Scholarly Works (Selected)   

Rogan, L. (2018). Perceptions of MSN students in a nurse educator track about nurse educator specialty courses. In L. G.  Chova , A. Lopez Martinez, & C. Torres,  ICERI2018 Proceedings , Spain, 8643-8651.  doi : 10.21125/ iceri .   2018  

Rogan, L. (2014). Nurse educators’ beliefs about the relevance of continuing professional development. (Unpublished dissertation). ProQuest ID: 10053.  doi 10.13140/2.1.2072.7360  

Rogan, L. (2011). Whitman’s legacy: The art of reflection in the development of empathy in student nurses.  Journal of Nursing Education, 51 (4), 240.  doi : 10.3928/01484834-20120402-02  

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