Graduate Student Teacher of the Year
The School of Graduate Studies seeks nominations from colleges for outstanding graduate students to be considered for the Graduate Student Teacher of the Year. Submissions can only be made by the college deans’ offices, and each college may nominate only one student for this recognition.
Aubrey Rogowski, recipient of the 2022 USU Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher of the Year Award
Aubrey Rogowski is a doctoral candidate in the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Department at Utah State University. After teaching and integrating technology in her elementary classroom for three years, she knew she wanted to return to graduate school to further her education and help teach and inspire future generations of teachers. She conducts research and evaluation work that is heavily focused on K-12 learning settings. Her areas of expertise include STEM-rich making, developing curriculum materials, teacher & librarian learning, and K-5 computational thinking and professional development.
Rogowski holds a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education with a mild/moderate special education endorsement and a Master of Education in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences. Aubrey has taught several undergraduate and graduate courses within the ITLS department. She currently teaches several sections of the Integration and Innovation of Technology in Education course. She is passionate about teaching and learning. Aubrey is constantly trying out new ways to creatively and effectively engage her online students in collaborative learning experiences.
When Aubrey is not studying or teaching, she can be found spending time with her family, friends, and playing games. She loves to experience new places and things with her husband and daughter.