David E. Rogers, Ph.D.
On June 1, 2015, David E. Rogers was appointed as the eighth President of the State University of New York, Agricultural and Technical College at Morrisville.
During his tenure at Morrisville, he has served in numerous roles including Provost; Vice President for Academic Affairs; Chief Information Officer; Dean of the College’s School of Business (from 1999-2010); and Interim Dean of the Norwich Campus and the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources. He currently serves on numerous community boards representing agricultural agencies, medical partnerships, and economic development stakeholders.
Throughout his 16-year career at Morrisville, Dr. Rogers has earned the respect of the campus community and has helped make the College a top destination not only for prospective students but for talented faculty and researchers as well as businesses seeking partnership with higher education.
Prior to joining Morrisville, Dr. Rogers was the Director of Institutional Research and Planning at Onondaga Community College. He has held faculty positions at Ithaca College, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Le Moyne College.
Dr. Rogers earned his Ph.D. in labor economics, collective bargaining, and econometrics from the SUNY College of Industrial Labor Relations at Cornell University. He also holds a Master’s degree from Cornell University and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts.
Office of the President