College of Southern Idaho
Scott Rogers is a professor at the College of Southern Idaho (CSI) in the liberal arts department. He has been a full-time professor for 13 years. Before that he was the director of recreation at the college for six years. He also ran the CSI Challenge Course, the largest ropes course on a college campus in the world. He works to provide team building and experiential education to students, businesses, and other groups/organizations. He helped to pioneer hybrid courses using Zoom and Canvas before the pandemic, and has helped train other professors and teachers to create interactive and engaging lessons for fully online and hybrid courses. Teaching wasn't his first career path, but it has come to be his passion. He has been married for 20 years to his wife, who is also an educator, and they have four amazing children.