Dr Jackie Rogers

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About me

I joined the University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) in 1994 after completing a first degree in Applied Biology and Geography at Salford University and a PhD in Agricultural Botany at the Queen's University of Belfast.

As an undergraduate I spent a year working for the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland at a plant testing station.

Since joining UWE I have held a variety of teaching and management roles at both a faculty and departmental level.  

Currently I teach habitat management and conservation but have in the past taught on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate physical geography courses. In addition to teaching, I supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research students.

From 2003 to 2015 I was the head of the Geography and Environmental Management department and responsible for the provision of a range of disciplines; geography, environmental management, transport and civil engineering and planning.

Currently I am the Associate Dean for Learning, Teaching and Student Experience in the Faculty of Environment and Technology.

In addition I am the co-lead of UWE's Athena Swan steering group and I am the Partnership lead for UWE Bristol's International College.

Externally I am chair of the Committee of Heads of Environmental Sciences and a member of the Council of the Institution of Environmental Sciences. Recently I joined  the Bristol Natural History Consortium steering group.


Area of expertise

Habitat Management and Conservation

Green infrastructure

Hedgerow ecology, conservation and protection.



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