Rachelle Rogers, Ed.D., is a member of the graduate faculty and serves as the graduate program director for all masters degrees (MSEd, MA, MAT, and MDIV/MSEd) offered from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, middle-level certificate coordinator, and coordinator of the mathematics education program. She supervises candidates in their extensive teaching associate and intern field experiences, as well as teaches the middle and secondary school mathematics methods courses. Dr. Rogers was recognized for her outstanding teaching as a 2013-2014 Baylor University Fellow and in 2018-2019 was awarded Outstanding Faculty in Teaching at Baylor University.

Dr. Rogers' research interests range from teacher education to mathematics education. Specific areas of interest in teacher education connect to clinical experiences and teacher preparation. Her research interests in mathematics education focuses on lesson study as a form of professional learning. Recent publications relate professional development schools and lesson study with preservice teachers.

Dr. Rogers is the immediate Past-President of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), a national organization. On a nationwide ballot in 2020, Dr. Rogers was elected by members of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) as 2nd Vice-President. That role transitioned into 1st Vice-President for 2021-2022, President for 2022-2023, and Past-President for 2023-2024. As President of ATE, Dr. Rogers launched the ATE Inquiry Initiative and the commission on Teacher Educator Standards where she continues to provide leadership in the ongoing research.

Dr. Rogers is the Past-President (2022-2023) for the Central Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics (CTCTM). She is the co-chair for the 2025 ATE annual meeting. She also serves as a reviewer for the ATE annual conferences and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics' journal publications.

Dr. Rogers served as the associate editor for the Texas Mathematics Teacher Journal from 2017-2020 and received the 2020 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Outstanding Journal Award. Dr. Rogers is currently serving as guest editor for a special edition of the New Educator Journal with a focus on opportunity gaps in teacher education.

Dr. Rogers is actively involved in her church where she co-teaches an adult Bible study class at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Crawford, TX. She also serves as the point of contact for the St. Paul Lutheran's Future Directions Team.