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Patricia Rogan
Executive Associate Dean

P-12

  • Special education and learning disabilities
  • Teacher development
  • Transition to adulthood
  • Urban education
  • Workforce development

Pat Rogan is the executive associate dean of the Indiana University School of Education at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and professor in the area of special education. She has been a public school teacher, transition coordinator and university faculty member for 30 years, with interests in secondary education, transition, supported employment and organizational change. Rogan consults nationally and internationally with schools, adult services and state leaders to promote positive practices and systems change. Rogan served as a board member and president of the National Association for Persons in Supported Employment (APSE) from 1996 to 2002 and is now a founding member of the National APSE Emeritus Circle. She was appointed to the National Adequacy of Incentives Task Force by the U.S. Social Security Administration, was the chair of the Indiana Conversion Task Force, a governor-appointed member of the Indiana Work Incentives Council, and has been instrumental in organizing six National Organizational Change Forums. Rogan has written numerous articles and book chapters and has co-authored several books.