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Amy Rogers Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology
Delaware State University
1200 N. Dupont Highway, Dover, DE 19901
Phone: 302.857.6662
Email: arogers [at] desu.edu


1987 - BS Eastern Illinois University (Psychology)
1993 - MA Arizona State University (Social Psychology)
2001 - PhD Southern Illinois University (Applied Social Psychology)


I’m currently involved in research on gender equity in STEM higher education including the role of microaggressions and implicit bias on STEM women faculty’s career satisfaction and progression. My research interests extend broadly to issues of social justice and have included skin shade bias and power in marriage.


Sagrestano, L.M., Rogers , A., & Service, A. (2007). Infectious Diseases: HIV and AIDS. In B.A. Boyer & M.I. Paharia (Eds.) Comprehensive Handbook of Clinical Health Psychology, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons.

Rogers, J. J., Lisowski, M., & Rogers, A. A. (2006). Girls, robots, and science education. Science Scope, 29(6), 62-63.

Sagrestano, L. M., Rogers, A., Kittleson, M. J., & Sarvela, P. D. (2005). Examining condom efficacy as a mediator of condom stage of change and condom use among injected drug users. American Journal of Health Behavior, 29, 12-25.