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Dr. David Rogers, D.A.
Office: Glasgow 202
David Rogers teaches general education composition courses (English 100 and 300) and Language/Communication (English 302) on Western's Glasgow campus.
He has taught English since 1994 and has a wide range of interests, from biology to astronomy, that help in relating to non-English majors. His approach to teaching composition includes much emphasis on conferences with students, and he encourages students to explore their interests and question assumptions. He also writes and publishes poems.