Dr. Ray Brogan is an adjunct professor for Excelsior College and an alumni.
Brogan continues a research career that has involved projects in program evaluation and statistical analysis for government agencies and educational organizations. Many of these projects involved applying the principles of child development and educational psychology. In addition to research projects, Brogan has written many articles for Cengage publications, particularly for their digital encyclopedias. He has been involved in evaluating educational programs overseas. Thus far, this interest has taken him to Taiwan, Pakistan, Thailand, and Egypt.
Brogan earned a doctorate in Educational Psychology from the University at Albany. His dissertation focused on how classroom teachers interpret test results and presented suggestions for teachers to better integrate results from classroom test with those from standardized tests.
Brogan’s interests include good books and classic movies. His hobbies are fishing, chess, and guitar. He is a volunteer with Hero Initiative, a charity serving retired comic book artists and writers.
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