Ph.D. Government, University of Texas at Austin
M.A. Counseling, University of North Dakota
J. Philip Rogers received a Ph.D. in Government from the University of Texas at Austin where he specialized in Arms Control. Subsequently, Dr. Rogers was awarded Post-Graduate Fellowships at Stanford University and Harvard University and served as Scholar-in-Residence at the Russian Diplomatic Academy. Currently, a Professor of Political Science at San Antonio College, he has taught at George Washington University, the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (where he directed an International Studies Program), and Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. While in Washington, Dr. Rogers supervised internships in the Departments of State and Defense, and taught graduate courses at the National Security Agency.
Areas of Interest: European Security, Nuclear Proliferation, Human Rights