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Rodgers, Selena

Rodgers, Selena

Assistant Professor
Social Sciences
Areas of Expertise:
  • Black Women Discourse on Issues of Leadership, Mentoring and Trauma- and Stressor Exposures
  • Posttraumatic Growth in Multi-Cultural and Multi-Ethnic Groups
  • Domestic and Global Social Work Administration, Education and Practice
Dr. Selena T. Rodgers is an assistant professor at York College of the City University of New York, School of Health Sciences and Professional Programs in the Department of Social Work. She coordinates and teaches Social Research Methods II. Her research agenda includes, posttraumatic growth and socio-cultural factors in multi-cultural and multi-ethnic groups, Black women discourse on issues of leadership, mentoring and trauma- and stressor exposures. Dr. Rodgers also has a passion for student mentoring and strengthening communities locally and globally. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-R) with over 19 years of expertise in domestic and global social work administration, academic, and practice settings. Dr. Rodgers is an internationally recognized social work scholar and educator who has the honor of receiving the prestigious designation of Fulbright U.S. Scholar, Specialist Program from the United States of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Education:
Degree Institution Field Dates
PhD  Adelphi University  Social Work  1/2009 
MSW  Syracuse University  Social Work  1995 
BS  Marymount College  Social Work  1993 
AA  SUNY, Alfred State College of Technology  Associate in Arts  1991 

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Rodgers, Selena
 

Rodgers, Selena
Assistant Professor
Social Sciences