Deanna Rogers

Assistant Professor of English

Biography

Dr. Rogers serves as an Assistant Professor of English at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the College at Southeastern. She teaches English Composition II, American Literature, and World Literature in addition to upper-level English courses. Dr. Rogers received her MA in English from Clemson University and her PhD in English with a concentration in composition and rhetoric from the University of South Carolina. Before coming to Southeastern, Dr. Rogers served for six years as the Director of Academic support. She and her husband, Craig, live in Wendell, NC, and are members at Wendell Baptist Church. Their son, Sam, shares his mother’s interest in English studies and has pursued his undergraduate degree in English as well.

Education

BA, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; MA, Clemson University; PhD, University of SC, Columbia

Teaching at Southeastern since 2024