Dr. Steven Robert J. Rogg’s professional contributions link systemic reform of STEM education, professional education, curriculum and program development, collaborative learning research, and mixed-methods program evaluation. Dr. Rogg has taught advanced high school science and student research, undergraduate and graduate courses in science teacher education, and curriculum/program evaluation. He has conducted research on formal and informal learning environments, systemic reform, educational equity, curriculum alignment with national standards, and students’ experiences of STEM education. Dr. Rogg has led innovative program design, implementation, and evaluation at exceptional schools: Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy (ranked top 10 in Illinois), the nascent Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), and the nationally ranked Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA), and has served on the faculties of the University of Maine, Miami University, DePaul University, and Aurora University. In both Maine and Ohio, Dr. Rogg provided leadership for large scale systemic reform initiatives. He is professionally active, having presented at more than 120 local, national, and international events.