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Professor at Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Jamie Rogers is currently a University of Texas System Regents’ Outstanding Teacher, a Distinguished Teaching Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington where she has served on the faculty since 1994. Dr. Rogers is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas and prior to joining academia she worked at Texas Instruments (1979 – 1994) in various engineering and management positions in defense electronics and semiconductor business areas. 

Dr. Rogers received the UTA Chancellor’s Council Award for Teaching Excellence (1999), was inducted into the UT Arlington Academy of Distinguished Teachers (2011), selected as a UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teacher (2012) and has received the prestigious Piper Professor Nomination (2013). She has served the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as a Member of the Tuning Oversight Council for Engineering (2010-2011) and currently serves on the UT System - Systems Engineering in Healthcare Steering Committee (2011-present) whose mission is to apply industrial and systems engineering tools and methods to further advance clinical effectiveness and safety by improving operations across the health institutions of The University of Texas System.

She has  received over $3.6M in research finding as PI or Co-PI and served on the recent National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Engineering Sustainable Engineers project (2009-2012) which has been designed to improve student knowledge of and competency in addressing sustainability issues in undergraduate engineering design and problem solving. Three engineering departments at UT Arlington:  Civil (CE), Industrial (IE), and Mechanical (ME) have collaborated to infuse their curricula with sustainability concepts of varying degrees of complexity from the freshman through the senior year.

Dr. Rogers is 2014-2015 President of ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) and has served as an ABET volunteer for many years: IE Program Evaluator (PEV) or Team Chair since 1991, Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) 1999-2004, International Activities Council (INTAC) 2005-2008, ABET Board of Directors (2008-present) and numerous committees including the Finance Committee, Governance Task Force, Quality Oversight Group, as well as the Accreditation Council Training Committee where she helped design and implement transformative change in the PEV training process.

She is a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (serving in multiple leadership roles including Faculty Advisor for the Gold Award winning UT Arlington Student Chapter) and she was inducted into the University of Missouri Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Hall of Fame in 2013. She is a member of the American Society for Engineering Education, AAUW, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Omega Rho, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi, SWE, and Order of the Engineer.  Dr. Rogers was responsible for the creation of the M.S. Logistics Program, an innovative joint program with the College of Business and College of Engineering, approved by the UT-System Board of Regents in 1999 and she served as Graduate Advisor from 1999-2013. She has successfully supervised 28 Ph.D. dissertations, published over 130 peer reviewed papers worldwide and continues to work with many prior students who now are working in industry or teaching at respected universities around the world.

Dr. Rogers received her B.S. in Industrial Engineering (Honors Scholar) from University of Missouri at Columbia in 1979, M.S. in Industrial Engineering from UT Arlington in 1981 and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from UT Arlington in 1985.

The University of Texas at Arlington
Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
The University of Texas at Arlington
M.S.
Industrial Engineering
The University of Missouri at Columbia
B.S.
Industrial Engineering
March 2013
Ongoing
Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
August 2012
Ongoing
UT System Regents' Outstanding Teacher
The university of Texas System
April 2011
Ongoing
Distinguished Teaching Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 2003
Ongoing
Associate Dept. Chair
The University of Texas at Arlington
March 1999
March 2013
Assoc Prof
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1994
March 1999
Assist Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1990
January 1994
Project Management and Documentation Manager
Texas Instruments Semiconductor Productization Group
January 1983
January 1990
Group Asset Rationalization Manager
Texas Instruments Defense Systems and Electronics Group
January 1982
January 1983
Assembly Producibility Supervisor
Texas Instruments
July 1979
January 1982
Methods Engineer
Texas Instruments
June 2014
Ongoing
Professional
IIE (institute of Industrial Engineers) Fellow
May 2014
Ongoing
Professional
Pi Kappa Phi
April 2013
Ongoing
Professional
SWE (Society of Women Engineers) Senior Member
October 2011
Ongoing
Professional
Order of the Engineer
November 1997
Ongoing
Professional
Omega Rho (International Honor Society for Operations Research and Management Science)
November 1997
Ongoing
Professional
Omicron Delta Kappa (The National Leadership Honor Society)
January 1994
Ongoing
Student Chapter Advisor
IIE (Institute of Industrial Engineers)
January 1994
Ongoing
Professional
ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education)
January 1994
Ongoing
Professional
AAUW (American Association of University Women)
January 1994
Ongoing
Professional
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
November 1985
Ongoing
Professional
Registered Professional Engineer: Texas
May 1984
Ongoing
Professional
IIE (Institute of Industrial Engineers) Senior Member
November 1978
Ongoing
Professional
Tau Beta Pi (National Honor Society for Engineering)
April 1978
Ongoing
Professional
Alpha Pi Mu (National Honor Society for Industrial Engineer
October 2013
October 2014
Professional
ABET President-Elect
May 1979
March 1984
Professional
IIE (Institute of Industrial Engineers) Member
September 2014

Jamie Rogers, Ph.D., P.E., was named a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) during the IIE Annual Conference & Expo in Montréal. The award recognizes outstanding leaders of the profession who have made significant, nationally recognized contributions to industrial engineering. It is the highest classification of IIE membership. - See more at: http://www.uta.edu/engineering/news-events/news-archives/2014/06-rogers-iiefellow.php#sthash.X3oO4mxs.dpuf

September 2014

Professor Jamie Rogers was named a fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers during the June IIE Annual Conference and Expo in Montreal.

March 2014
April 2013
Awards

2013 Piper Professor Award Nominee

2012 UT System Regents' Outstanding Teacher

2011 UT-Arlington Academy of Distinguished Teachers

1999 Chancellors Council Award for Excellence in Teaching

Expertise
Dr. Rogers has published numerous papers worldwide and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas. Her research interests include the design and analysis of manufacturing and service systems, logistics, sustainability, strategic planning, engineering education, and infrastructure/integration issues relating to agile virtual enterprises.
Research Interests
Dr. Rogers' research interests include the design and analysis of manufacturing and service systems, logistics, sustainability, strategic planning, engineering education, and infrastructure/integration issues relating to agile virtual enterprises.
Leem, Byung Hak and Jamie Rogers. "The Moderating Effect of Supply Chain Role on the Relationship Between Social Capital and Performance." International Journal of Services and Operations Management (IJSOM) accepted June 29, 2015.
Journal Article
Accepted
Worrell, Kevin, Greg Turner and Jamie Rogers. “Advanced Production System Design Using an Integrated Taxonomy Approach for a High-Mix, Low-Volume, Quality Critical Product Mix.” Proceedings of AHS International Annual Forum & Technology Display – May, 2016.
Conference Proceeding
Submitted
2015
Rogers, K.J. “Accrediting and Saving Our Colleges” letter to the Editor published in The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition, May 2-3, 2015. In response to The Weekend Interview with Mitch Daniels: How to Save American Colleges” (April 25).
Journal Article
Published
2015
Jones, E., Gupta,S., Jefferson, F., Rogers. K.J., Bong, J. Bolton, J., Cochran, D. "Chipped Pharmaceuticals Becoming Reality: From Production to Delivery in Vivo", Volume 4, Number 1 of InternationalJournal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM) [ISSN 2050-7399 (Online), 2051-3771 (Print), submission Nov 21, 2014, accepted Feb 6, 2015, published March, 2015.
Journal Article
Accepted
2015
Choi, J.B., Rogers, K.J., and Jones, E.C. "Evaluating the impact of a Shared Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Model to Minimize Counterfeit Drugs, Diverted Drugs, and Drug Shortages" Submitted to Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology held in Portland, OR August, 2015.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2015
Rogers, K.J. “A Work in Progress” Feature Story published in Inside Higher Ed, Sept.1, 2015. https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2015/09/01/essay-responds-criticism-possible-changes-accreditation-standards-engineering
Journal Article
Published
2014
"Multipronged Approach for Incorporating Sustainability into an Undergraduate Civil Engineering Curriculum" Read More: http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/%28ASCE%29EI.1943-5541.0000219 Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice
Journal Article
Published
2014
Zeng, Li, Smitri Neogi, Jamie Rogers, Susan Seidensticker, Carlos Clark, Lindsey Sonstein, Rick Trevino, and Gulshan Sharma. "Statistical Models for Hospital Readmission Prediction with Application to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Patients." Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management – Bali, Indonesia, January, 2014. ***Best Paper in Healthcare Track Award***
Conference Proceeding
Submitted
2014
Gary Chen, and Jamie Rogers. "Application of Delphi Method and Quality Function Deployment on Requirements for Website Development - A Survey of Website Developers in Taiwan." Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management – Bali, Indonesia, January, 2014.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
2014
Al-Jedaie, Sulamain and K. Jamie Rogers “Using Total Sourcing Lead-Time for Placement of a Distribution Center.” Proceedings of Industrial & Systems Engineering Research Conference – Montreal, Quebec, Canada May, 2014.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
2013
Graham, Andrea, Jamie Rogers and Meanie Sattler. "Assessing Life Cycle Sustainability in Engineering Economics."  Proceedings of Industrial & Systems Engineering Research Conference – San Juan, PR May, 2013.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2013
Graham, Andrea and Jamie Rogers. "Scenario Analysis Evaluating the Sustainability Impacts of Freight Transportation Networks." Proceedings of Industrial & Systems Engineering Research Conference – San Juan, PR May, 2013.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2013
Kang, Sung-Lien, Gary Chen, and Jamie Rogers. "Wireless LAN Access Point Location Planning." Proceedings of the Institute of Industrial Engineers 2013 Asian Conference - Taipei, Taiwan, July 2013.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Sattler, Melanie; Chen, Victoria; Dennis, Brian H.; Mattingly, Stephen; Rogers, K. Jamie; Weatherton, Yvette Pearson, Rani, Madhu, Kositkanawuth, Ketwalee. "Integrating Sustainability Across the Curriculum: Engineering Sustainable Engineers," Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Weatherton, Yvette Pearson; Chen, Victoria; Mattingly, Stephen; Rogers, K. Jamie; Sattler, Melanie. “Sustainable Engineering Internships: Creation and Assessment.” Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Rogers, K. Jamie; Sattler, Melanie; Graham, Andrea; Mattingly, Stephen. “Life Cycle Sustainability Economics.” Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Chen, Victoria; Rogers, K. Jamie; Graham, Andrea, Dickson, John, Mattingly, Stephen; Sattler, Melanie; Weatherton, Yvette Pearson. "Sustainable Industrial Engineering Modules.” Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Mattingly, Stephen; Chen, Victoria; Dennis, Brian H.; Rogers, K. Jamie; Sattler, Melanie; Weatherton, Yvette Pearson, Afotey, Benjamin. "Multi-Disciplinary Sustainable Senior Design Project: Design of a Campus Biodiesel Refinery," Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2012 Annual Conference and Exposition, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012.  
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Graham, Andrea and Jamie Rogers. “Evaluation of Freight Transportation Productivity Data Collection Methods and Reliability.” Proceedings of Industrial Engineering Research Conference – Orlando, FL, May, 2012.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Pearson Weatherton, Yvette; Sattler, Melanie, Mattingly, Stephen; Chen, Victoria; Rogers, K. Jamie; Dennis, Brian.  “Engineering Sustainable Engineers through the Undergraduate Experience. “ Forum on Public Policy Online. Vol. 2012, No. 2, November 2012, http://forumonpublicpolicy.com/vol2012.no2/archive/weatherton.pdf
Journal Article
Published
2012
Potdar, Amit and Jamie Rogers, (2012) "Reason-code based model to forecast product returns", Foresight: The Journal of Future Studies, Strategic Thinking and Policy., Vol. 14 Iss: 2, pp.105 - 120.
Journal Article
Published
2011
Sattler, M., Pearson Weatherton, Y., Mattingly, S., Chen, V. and Rogers, K. J. "Engineering Sustainable Civil Engineers." Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2011.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2011
Zeng, Guangfu and Jamie Rogers. “Assessing Supply Chain Risk and Energy Efficiency Simultaneously via Network DEA" Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology – Portland, Oregon, August, 2011.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2011
Rao, Sowmya . “Risk Management of Pharmaceutical Supply Chain during Product Recalls” Proceedings of Industrial Engineering Research Conference – Reno, Nevada, May, 2011.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2011
Graham, Andrea and Jamie Rogers. “Analysis of Supplier Risk Assessment Tools Under Uncertainty” Proceedings of Industrial Engineering Research Conference – Reno, Nevada, May, 2011.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2011
Graham, Andrea and Jamie Rogers. “Technology Innovation Risk Mitigation and Organizational Strategy: A Balanced Framework for Technology Managers" Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology – Portland, Oregon, August, 2011.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2010
Chen, Gary and Jamie Rogers. “Arranging Software Test Cases through an Optimization Method” Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology - Phuket, Thailand, July, 2010.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2010
Zeng, Guangfu and Jamie Rogers.  “Risk Analysis for Health Care Logistics Sustainability” Proceedings of SOLE - The International Society of Logistics 45th Annual International Conference and Exhibition - Dallas, Texas, August, 2010.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2010
Zeng, Guangfu, Jamie Rogers, and J. Rosenberger. “Assessing Risks in the Healthcare Supply Chain” Proceedings of 5th INFORMS Data Mining and Health Informatics Workshop, Austin, Texas, December, 2010.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2010
Potdar, Amit and Jamie Rogers.“Methodology to Forecast Product Returns for the Consumer Electronics Industry” Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology - Phuket, Thailand, July, 2010.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2010
Tonanont, Ake, Sanya Yimsiri and Jamie Rogers. “Strategic planning and Performance Improvements of Global supply Chain with Network Optimization Tool” Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology - Phuket, Thailand, July, 2010.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2009
G. Chen and J. Rogers. "Proposition of Two Multiple Criteria Models Applied to Dynamic Multi-objective Facility Layout Problem Based On Ant Colony Optimization," presented at Proceedings of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management Conference, Hong Kong, December 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2009
G. Zeng and J. Rogers. "RFID Implementation Issues in Warehouses," presented at SOLE - The International Society of Logistics 44th Annual International Conference and Exhibition, Dallas, TX, August 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2009
F. Gentile and J. Rogers. "Order Release and Dispatching in a Sequence Dependent Job Shop," presented at Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, OR, August 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2009
G. Chen and J. Rogers. "Managing Dynamic Facility Layout with Multiple Objectives," presented at Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, OR, August 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2009
F. Gentile and J. Rogers. "Material Flow Control in a Sequence Dependent Job Shop," presented at Proceedings of Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Miami, FL, May 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2009
G. Chen and J. Rogers. "Multi-objective Evaluation of Dynamic Facility Layout Using Ant Colony Optimization," presented at Proceedings of Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Miami, FL, May 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2009
A. Tonanont, S. Yimisri and J. Rogers. "Reverse Logistics Optimization with Data Envelopment Analysis," presented at Proceedings of Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Miami, FL, May 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2008
Hamdan, A., Rogers, K.J. (Jamie)."Evaluating the efficiency of 3PL Logistics Operations." International Journal of Production Economics, volume 113, issue 1, 2008, pp. 235-244.
Journal Article
Published
2008
S. Yimsiri. A. Tonanont, W. Jitpitaklert and J. Rogers. "Performance Evaluation in Reverse Logistics with Data Envelopment Analysis," presented at Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 2008.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
S. Rajagopalan, S. Yellepeddi, and J. Rogers. "Development of Methodology for Measuring and Reducing Value Recovery Time of Returns," presented at Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, Oregon, July 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
J. Kim and J. Rogers. "Building a Strategic Business Framework for Proactive Decision-Making in the Supply Chain Industry," presented at Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, Oregon, July 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
M. D. Sarder, S. Ferreira, J. Rogers, and D. Liles. "A Methodology for Design Ontology Modeling," presented at Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, OR, July 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
Y. M. Leem, J. Rogers, and Y. S. Hwang. "Feature Analysis on Industrial Accidents of Manufacturing Businesses Using QUEST Algorithm," International Journal of Safety, vol. 5, no. 1, 2006.
Journal Article
Published
2006
A. Hamdan, M. Chen, and J. Rogers. "RFID Applications in the Third-party Logistics Industry," presented at Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
M. B. Sarder, J. Rogers, and D. H. Liles. "Functional Integration Of Manufacturing Enterprises," presented at Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
M. B. Sarder, J. Rogers, and E. Prater. "Outsourcing SWOT Analysis for US Industry," presented at Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
S. Yellipeddi, S. Rajagopalan, and J. Rogers. "Linking Forward Supply Chain Performance with Reverse Supply Chain Returns in Electronics Industry," presented at Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
Y. M. Leem, J. Rogers, and Y. H. Choi. "An Expert System for Prevention of Industrial Accidents," presented at Proceedings of 36th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
Y. M. Leem, J. Rogers, and Y. S. Hwang. "Comparing Classification Techniques for Predicting Industrial Accidents," presented at Proceedings of 36th International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
M. D. B. Sarder, B. Boardman, S. N. Imrhan, J. Rogers, and N. Mandhawi. "Line Balancing for Apparel Manufacturing Using COMSOAL," presented at Proceedings of the Annual Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, May 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
M. D. B. Sarder, S. N. Imrhan, J. Rogers, and E. Prater. "Assessment of Functional Outsourcing for Some US Industries," presented at Proceedings of the Annual Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, May 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
M. D. B. Sarder, S. N. Imrhan, J. Rogers, and N. Mandhawi. "Logistics Infrastructure of Bangladeshi Garments Industry," presented at Proceedings of the Annual Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL, May 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
M. D. B. Sarder, B. Boardman, J. Rogers, and D. H. Liles. "Role of Logistics in Mass Customization," presented at Proceedings of 17th Annual Conference of the Production and Operations Management Society, Boston, MA, April 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
J. Kim and J. Rogers. "An Object-Oriented Approach for Building a Flexible Supply Chain Model," International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, vol. 35, no. 7, 2005.
Journal Article
Published
2005
J. Kim and J. Rogers. "Dynamic Business Modeling Architecture for an Agile Supply Chain Using an Object-Oriented Approach and Analytic Hierarchy Process," The International Journal of Production Economics, July 2005.
Journal Article
Published
2005
Y. Leem and J. Rogers. "A Feature Analysis on Type of Industry Disasters Using Decision Tree Analysis," presented at Proceedings of the 6th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management Conference, Manila, Philippines, December 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
Y. Leem and J. Rogers. "Propensity Analysis of Injured People for the Reduction of Industry Disasters," presented at of the 6th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management Conference, Manila, Philippines, December 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
Y. Leem and J. Rogers. "A Study for Validity of Data Selection for Forecasting System of Marine Structures," presented at Proceedings of the 6th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management Conference, Manila, Philippines, December 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
M. B. Sarder, J. Rogers, and S. Imrhan. "Logistics & Supply Chain Infrastructure of the Southeast Asian Garments Industry," presented at Proceedings of the 10th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications & Practice, Clearwater, Florida, December 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
A. Hamdan, M. Chen, and J. Rogers. "Measuring the Efficiency of Warehouse Logistics Operations Using DEA and Weight Restrictions," presented at Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, OR, August 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
S. Rajagopalan, P. Simasathien, A. Inamdar, S. Yimsiri, and J. Rogers. "Development and Application of a Closed Loop Inventory Control Model in a Plastics Manufacturing Environment," presented at Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, OR, August 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
J. Kim and J. Rogers. "Identifying Objects to Build an Object-Oriented Business Model Using Group Technology," presented at Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Seoul, Korea, August 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
B. Leem, Y. Leem, and J. Rogers. "A Model for Measuring Productivity of Container Terminals Using DEA," presented at Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Seoul, Korea, August 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
J. Rogers and J. Srisukpongsak. "Designing Metrics for the Small Manufacturing Enterprise Office Based On Process Performance Metric Methodology," presented at Proceedings of the Institute of Industrial Engineers Research Conference, Houston, TX, May 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
J. Kim and J. Rogers. "A Rule Based Supply-Chain Business Model Using Object-Oriented Paradigm," presented at Proceedings of the Institute of Industrial Engineers Research Conference, Houston, TX, May 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
A. Hamdan and J. Rogers. "Establishing and Tracking Performance Measures for Warehouse Logistics Operations," presented at Proceedings of the Institute of Industrial Engineers Research Conference, Houston, TX, May 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
J. Liu and J. Rogers. "Total Productive Maintenance Implementation Methodology (TPMIM) In Small Manufacturing Enterprises," presented at Proceedings of the Institute of Industrial Engineers Research Conference, Houston, TX, May 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
January 2012 -
January 2015
Systems Engineering to Provide Integrated Care for Patients with COPD
$300,000
January 2009 -
January 2011
Engineering Sustainable Engineers
$150,000
January 2007 -
January 2010
QEP Capstone Design Project
$198,000
Fall 2015
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise in which the student must demonstrate the ability to design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment and energy. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of several written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed. Prerequisite: all required 4000 level IE courses or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on August 16, 2015, 12:04 pm
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Summer 2015
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
5310. PRODUCTION SYSTEMS DESIGN (3-0). Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent and IE 5329 or concurrent or equivalent.
Last Updated on June 30, 2015, 2:17 pm
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Summer 2015
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
5333. LOGISTICS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DESIGN (3-0). The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
Last Updated on June 30, 2015, 2:19 pm
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Spring 2015
IE 4350 - INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CAPSTONE DESIGN
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise in which the student must demonstrate the ability to design, develop, implement, and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment and energy. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of several written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed. Prerequisite: all required 4000 level IE courses or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on January 13, 2015, 1:51 pm
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Fall 2014
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise. Typically, the student selects a product; determines the necessary processes, equipment, capacities, routings, and personnel required; develops supporting material handling, inventory, and quality systems; and designs the fully integrated enterprise including facility layout with estimated cost of operation. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of approximately nine written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed.
Last Updated on August 4, 2014, 3:07 pm
No Documents Attached
Summer 2014
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques.
Last Updated on May 8, 2014, 10:14 am
No Documents Attached
Summer 2014
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures.
Last Updated on May 8, 2014, 10:16 am
No Documents Attached
Spring 2014
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise. Typically, the student selects a product; determines the necessary processes, equipment, capacities, routings, and personnel required; develops supporting material handling, inventory, and quality systems; and designs the fully integrated enterprise including facility layout with estimated cost of operation. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of approximately nine written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 9:38 am
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Fall 2013
IE 4343 - Facilities Planning and Design
The course covers strategic facilities planning through detailed facilities layout design. Considerations include product flow, space and activity relationships, personnel requirements, material handling, and layout. Traditional and contemporary issues in manufacturing and their impact on facilities design including receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing and supporting operations are explored. Facilities planning models and the process of evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, and implementing the facilities plan are covered.  
Last Updated on August 23, 2013, 4:10 pm
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Fall 2013
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise. Typically, the student selects a product; determines the necessary processes, equipment, capacities, routings, and personnel required; develops supporting material handling, inventory, and quality systems; and designs the fully integrated enterprise including facility layout with estimated cost of operation. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of approximately nine written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed. 
Last Updated on August 23, 2013, 4:11 pm
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Fall 2013
IE 6302 - Facilities Planning and Design
Facilities planning through layout design. Product flow, space-activity relationships, personnel requirements, and material handling are considered, as well as receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing. Facilities planning models are explored.
Last Updated on August 23, 2013, 4:13 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2013
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise. Typically, the student selects a product; determines the necessary processes, equipment, capacities, routings, and personnel required; develops supporting material handling, inventory, and quality systems; and designs the fully integrated enterprise including facility layout with estimated cost of operation. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of approximately nine written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed. Prerequisite: all required 4000 level IE courses or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on April 17, 2013, 9:13 am
No Documents Attached
Spring 2013
IE 5334 - Logistics Distribution Systems Design
The design and analysis of distribution systems of people, processes and technology. The focus is on distribution, warehousing and material handling. Topics include the role of the warehouse in the extended enterprise, warehouse planning, process design, layout, equipment selection, workforce and workplace issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Fall 2012
IE 4343 - Facilities Planning and Design
The course covers strategic facilities planning through detailed facilities layout design. Considerations include product flow, space and activity relationships, personnel requirements, material handling, and layout. Traditional and contemporary issues in manufacturing and their impact on facilities design including receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing and supporting operations are explored. Facilities planning models and the process of evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, and implementing the facilities plan are covered. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment
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Fall 2012
IE 6302 - Facilities Planning and Design
Facilities planning through layout design. Product flow, space-activity relationships, personnel requirements, and material handling are considered, as well as receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing. Facilities planning models are explored. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329, or concurrent or equivalent.
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Summer 2012
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques. IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent and IE 5329 or concurrent or equivalent.
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Summer 2012
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Summer 2012
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques. IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent and IE 5329 or concurrent or equivalent.
Last Updated on April 17, 2013, 9:13 am
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Summer 2012
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Summer 2012
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques. IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent and IE 5329 or concurrent or equivalent.
Last Updated on April 17, 2013, 9:13 am
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Summer 2012
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Spring 2012
IE 5334 - Logistics Distribution Systems Design
The design and analysis of distribution systems of people, processes and technology. The focus is on distribution, warehousing and material handling. Topics include the role of the warehouse in the extended enterprise, warehouse planning, process design, layout, equipment selection, workforce and workplace issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Spring 2012
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise. Typically, the student selects a product; determines the necessary processes, equipment, capacities, routings, and personnel required; develops supporting material handling, inventory, and quality systems; and designs the fully integrated enterprise including facility layout with estimated cost of operation. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of approximately nine written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed. Prerequisite: all required 4000 level IE courses or concurrent enrollment.
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Spring 2012
IE 5334 - Logistics Distribution Systems Design
The design and analysis of distribution systems of people, processes and technology. The focus is on distribution, warehousing and material handling. Topics include the role of the warehouse in the extended enterprise, warehouse planning, process design, layout, equipment selection, workforce and workplace issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Fall 2011
IE 6302 - Facilities Planning and Design
Facilities planning through layout design. Product flow, space-activity relationships, personnel requirements, and material handling are considered, as well as receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing. Facilities planning models are explored. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329, or concurrent or equivalent.
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Fall 2011
IE 6302 - Facilities Planning and Design
Facilities planning through layout design. Product flow, space-activity relationships, personnel requirements, and material handling are considered, as well as receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing. Facilities planning models are explored. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329, or concurrent or equivalent.
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Fall 2011
IE 4343 - Facilities Planning and Design
The course covers strategic facilities planning through detailed facilities layout design. Considerations include product flow, space and activity relationships, personnel requirements, material handling, and layout. Traditional and contemporary issues in manufacturing and their impact on facilities design including receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing and supporting operations are explored. Facilities planning models and the process of evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, and implementing the facilities plan are covered. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment
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Summer 2011
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques.Prerequisite: IE 5301 and 5329 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
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Summer 2011
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
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Fall 2010
IE 4343 - Facilities Planning and Design
The course covers strategic facilities planning through detailed facilities layout design. Considerations include product flow, space and activity relationships, personnel requirements, material handling, and layout. Traditional and contemporary issues in manufacturing and their impact on facilities design including receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing and supporting operations are explored. Facilities planning models and the process of evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, and implementing the facilities plan are covered. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment.
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Fall 2010
IE 4343 - Facilities Planning and Design
The course covers strategic facilities planning through detailed facilities layout design. Considerations include product flow, space and activity relationships, personnel requirements, material handling, and layout. Traditional and contemporary issues in manufacturing and their impact on facilities design including receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing and supporting operations are explored. Facilities planning models and the process of evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, and implementing the facilities plan are covered. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
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Summer 2010
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
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Summer 2010
IE 5333 - Logistics Transportation Systems Design
The design and analysis of domestic and international transportation systems of people, processes, and technology. Topics include the role of transportation in the extended enterprise, transportation modeling and optimization techniques, value-added supply chain issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2010
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques.Prerequisite: IE 5301 and 5329 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Spring 2010
IE 4350 - Industrial Engineering Capstone Design
This course provides an open-ended design experience through the planning and design of an enterprise. Typically, the student selects a product; determines the necessary processes, equipment, capacities, routings, and personnel required; develops supporting material handling, inventory, and quality systems; and designs the fully integrated enterprise including facility layout with estimated cost of operation. Contemporary project management techniques are utilized. The design experience project includes submittal of approximately nine written and oral presentations culminating in a written project report and oral presentation at the end of the semester. IE 4350 is the capstone design course and draws on material from the total industrial engineering curriculum. The impact of engineering design on society is discussed.  Prerequisite: All required 4000 level IE courses or concurrent enrollment
No Syllabus Attached!
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Spring 2010
IE 5334 - Logistics Distribution Systems Design
The design and analysis of distribution systems of people, processes and technology. The focus is on distribution, warehousing and material handling. Topics include the role of the warehouse in the extended enterprise, warehouse planning, process design, layout, equipment selection, workforce and workplace issues, and financial performance measures. Prerequisites: IE 5301 or concurrent, and 5329 or concurrent, or equivalent
No Syllabus Attached!
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Fall 2009
IE 6302 - Facilities Planning and Design
Facilities planning through layout design. Product flow, space-activity relationships, personnel requirements, and material handling are considered, as well as receiving, shipping, warehousing, and integration with manufacturing. Facilities planning models are explored. Prerequisite: IE 5317 or equivalent, IE 5301 or concurrent, and IE 5329, or concurrent or equivalent.
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Summer 2009
IE 3312 - Economics for Engineers
Methods used for determining the comparative financial desirability of engineering alternatives. Prerequisite: MATH 1426 or concurrent enrollment.
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Summer 2009
IE 5310 - Production Systems Design
IE 5310. PRODUCTION SYSTEMS DESIGN (3-0)Methods for the design and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems. Emphasis is placed on reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, lowering variation, and improving both quality and customer responsiveness through modeling techniques.Prerequisite: IE 5301 and 5329 or equivalent.
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Teaching Awards

2013 Piper Professor Award Nominee

2012 UT System Regents' Outstanding Teacher

2011 UT-Arlington Academy of Distinguished Teachers

1999 Chancellors Council Award for Excellence in Teaching

Honors and Awards
May 2011
Ongoing
UT System - Systems Engineering in Healthcare Steering Committee

Dr. Rogers currently serves on the UT System - Systems Engineering in Healthcare Steering Committee (2011-present) whose mission is to apply industrial and systems engineering tools and methods to further advance clinical effectiveness and safety by improving operations across the health institutions of The University of Texas System.

Elected
January 1991
Ongoing
ABET

Dr. Rogers is 2014-2015 President of ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) and has served as an ABET volunteer for many years: IE Program Evaluator (PEV) or Team Chair since 1991, Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) 1999-2004, International Activities Council (INTAC) 2005-2008, ABET Board of Directors (2008-present) and numerous committees including the Finance Committee, Governance Task Force, Quality Oversight Group, as well as the Accreditation Council Training Committee where she helped design and implement transformative change in the PEV training process.

Elected
January 2010
December 2011
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board - Tuning Oversight Council for Engineering

Dr. Rogers has served the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as a Member of the Tuning Oversight Council for Engineering (2010-2011).

Elected
January 1991
Ongoing
ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology)

Dr. Rogers is 2014-2015 President of ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) and has served as an ABET volunteer for many years: IE Program Evaluator (PEV) or Team Chair since 1991, Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) 1999-2004, International Activities Council (INTAC) 2005-2008, ABET Board of Directors (2008-present) and numerous committees including the Finance Committee, Governance Task Force, Quality Oversight Group, as well as the Accreditation Council Training Committee where she helped design and implement transformative change in the PEV training process.

Elected
May 1979
Ongoing
IIE (Institute of Industrial Engineers)

Dr. Rogers received the Institute of Industrial Engineers Fellow Award (2014). She has served as Faculty Advisor for the IIE Student Chapter since 1994 and  hosted the 40th Annual IIE Student Paper Competition in 1999. She is an active participant in the IE Program Evaluator Training Committee and currently serves as IIE Accreditation Advisory Council Member.

Elected
September 1995 -
August 2011
Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics - Career Conference for Young Women

Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics - Career Conference for Young Women (grades 6,7, & 8) was co-sponsored for many years by the Girl Scouts of America and Dr. Rogers participated in a hands-on manufacturing simulation (the Lego airplane game) to illustrate "What IE's do!" since 1995.

Volunteered
September 2005 -
May 2011
UT-Arlington College of Engineering Awards Committee

The COE Awards committee makes recommendations to the Dean on an annual basis for recognition of faculty members in accordance with various awards in the area(s) of teaching, research, scholarship or creative activity. In addition, there is an annual special "Fay Van Dam" staff award.

Elected
January 1996 -
May 2008
UT-Arlington ACES (Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students)

Dr. Rogers has served as a judge for ACES (Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students) and it's previously named (SURCA - Annual Symposium on Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity) from 1996 - 2008.

Elected
January 2013 -
Ongoing
UT-Arlington Honors College Undergraduate Research Assistantship Selection Committee

http://www.uta.edu/honors/

Elected
September 2011 -
Ongoing
UT-Arlington Undergraduate Assembly

Dr. Rogers was elected to represent the College of Engineering 1998-2003, 2005-2009, and most recently 2011- present.

Elected
September 2007 -
Ongoing
UT-Arlington Active learning for Critical Thinking Committee

The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) of The University of Texas at Arlington reflects a shared vision of the educational experiences we want our students to have and of what we want our students to learn. After a careful, thoughtful, and extensive dialogue among the various interests
that comprise our academic and broader communities (most significantly our faculty), the University selected as the goal of its QEP the effective application of active learning to achieve  higher order thinking skills. Through this QEP, UT Arlington seeks to foster an environment in which our students will be engaged partners in their own learning process, and will be able to apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate their classroom experiences to better understand the world around them.

Source: http://activelearning.uta.edu/splash.htm  via the link  Active Learning: Pathways to Higher Order Thinking at UT Arlington,

Elected
September 2004 -
Ongoing
UT-Arlington Faculty Mentoring Program

Faculty-to-Faculty Mentoring Program

The Faculty Mentoring Program began in Fall 2004. Since that time approximately 45-50 mentor-mentee dyads are created each academic year. The purpose of the program is to create a link between newly-appointed, tenure-track faculty and respected, tenured UT Arlington faculty. It is anticipated that the program will improve the overall university experience for mentored faculty, compared to non-mentored faculty.

Specific objectives of the program are to:

  • Accelerate the time required for new faculty to acclimate to the university
  • Increase the level of productivity for new faculty
  • Enhance the likelihood of retaining new faculty
  • Facilitate the achievement of promotion and tenure for new faculty
  • Improve the quality of education provided to students

Source: Linda Wilson, Assistant Provost
Office of the Provost  817.272.3838
l.wilson@uta.edu

Volunteered
June 1995 -
Ongoing
UT-Arlington College of Engineering Summer Camps

Dr. Rogers has served as a workshop coordinator and faculty presenter for numerous summer camps since 1995 using the hands-on manufacturing simulation (the Lego airplane game) to illustrate "What IE's do!"

Volunteered
January 2003
Ongoing
Associate Chairperson
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Dept.
January 1999
July 2013
Graduate Advisor, M.S. Logistics Program
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Dept.