Bob Hogan

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
Doctor of Education (EdD)

Professor Robert Hogan received a MS in physical oceanography and a minor in meteorology from New York University (NYU). His Ed.D. from the University of Central Florida (UCF) in curriculm and instruction with a specialization in geophysics. Dr. Hogan has a broad career teaching marine science in Maine high schools, and for the Biological Station in Saint Andrews, which is Canada's oldest marine research facility. As academic vice president at Florence-Darlington Technical College, in the 1995 hereceived a $750K FIPSE grant to create international consortium of US and European colleges deliver international distance learning. He expanded this research to create the FDTC Online College In 2002, Dr. Hogan joined the University of the South Pacific in Fiji where he conducted online research and offered online courses in 10 Pacific Island nations spread over 25% of the Earth's surface. With World Health Organization funding, he created and delivered the first blended-learning chemistry course in the South Pacific to Fiji, Vanuatu, and the Solomon Islands. That experience helped him to create new online pedagogy designed to internationalize online learning. His text, Global Demand for Borderless Online Degrees has been used to facilitate online learning across the Pacific. At Walden University, developed online mentoring classes for students writing their dissertations. Recent pubications include:

Hogan R. (2020). Global Demand for borderless online degrees. http://doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-8912-9

Orr, L., Weekley, L., Little, S., & Hogan, R. (2020). Online Strategies for Stimulating Learner Engagement. In D. Glick, A. Cohen, & C. Chang (Eds.), Early Warning Systems and Targeted Interventions for Student Success in Online Courses. (pp. 177-198) http://doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-5074-8

Hogan, R. P., & Devi, M. (2019). A synchronous pedagogy to improve online student success. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design, 9(3), 61-77. doi: 10.4018/IJOPCD.201907015


BA, New York University

MS, New York University

EdD, University of Central Florida