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TERRY ROGERS

Department Head
Communications Instructor - Forensics Coach

307-268-2648


Terry L. Rogers
KT 144
Casper College
125 College Drive
Casper, WY 82601

B.A., Chadron State College
M.A., University of Central Missouri
Advanced Graduate Study, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • Biography
  • Course Information
  • Personal

Terry Rogers began teaching and coaching at Casper College in August of 2008 where his duties include teaching communication courses and coaching the forensics team.  Before accepting his position at Casper College, Terry taught and coached at Western Nebraska Community College, Chadron State College, Missouri Valley College, and Millikin University.  In addition to coaching forensics Terry has directed, designed, and produced several theatrical productions for Western Nebraska Community College, Theatre West, Central Missouri Repertory, and the Post Playhouse.

Terry was elected to serve as the chair of the Department of Communication in 2011.

Terry is married and has three stepsons.  He is actively engaged in the community participating at his church, on the board of the Casper Children’s, and in other activities as called upon.

Having taught at a number of different types of institutions Terry would like everyone to know that there is no better place to start your education than at a community college AND that there is no better community college than CASPER COLLEGE!

CO/M 1010 Public Speaking:  An introductory course in public speaking. The emphasis is on theory, speech develop0ment, and practice as the student is introduced to a variety of speaking situations from impromptu talks to platform speeches.

CO/M 1060 Forensics I:  For those students interested in competing in events sponsored by the National Community College Speech Association.

CO/M 2060 Forensics II:  For those students interested in competing in events sponsored by Phi Rho Pi, the National Community College Speech Association.  Students will attend and participate in intercollegiate forensics as members of the forensics squad of Casper College.

CO/M 2090 Introduction to Persuasion:  Human communication as a change agent is studied along with relationships of attitudes to behavior with emphasis on behavioral research and contemporary theories.

CO/M 2120 Small Group Communication:  Communication behavior in small group situations is explored; networks, dynamics, leadership roles, member functions, and decision-making behavior.

Interests:  Live Theatre, Fishing, Hunting, Hiking, Photography, Running, DIY Projects

Family: Married, Three Stepsons, Three Grand Daughters

Favorite “Big Idea”:   Are you ready to move from average to AWESOME??!!

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