Shane Rogers is an associate professor of environmental engineering at Clarkson University, owner of an environmental consulting firm, and indie rock artist with the band Bee Children. His research and development programs are driven by an exigency to improve access to life-bearing resources, achieve environmental sustainability, promote social and environmental justice, and develop healthy, vibrant global communities. He has been principal investigator or co-PI on $6M in scientific research, development, and education funding at Clarkson in addition to his work with the U.S. EPA, which has led to new technologies and patents for biosensors, food and water sterilization, nutrient bioextractive aquaculture, and food and farm waste to energy systems. He is an Associate Editor for Renewable Agriculture & Food Systems, a Fulbright Scholar to Norway, and the recipient of the McKee Groundwater Protection, Restoration, and Sustainable Use Medal from the Water Environment Federation, among other recognitions. With a passion for education, Dr. Rogers has been highly active in the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) since 2009, including a recent role on the board of directors. He brings to the workshop experience designing and directing a long-running NSF-REU Site (ASSETs to Serve Humanity), an NSF-S-STEM program (ASPIRE: Academic Success Program to Improve Retention and Education for Underrepresented Students in STEM), immersive field-based programs (River University and the Adirondack Semester), academic year and summer camp programs for high-achieving high school students (MythOlympics and Young Scholars), and agricultural extension programs for farm waste to energy technologies. He also brings 12 years of experience directing international research and sustainable development programs including Clarkson’s Peace Corps Master’s International Program and chapters of Engineers Without Borders and Engineers for a Sustainable World, with water development and food security projects in Ethiopia, Uganda, and Ecuador. Dr. Rogers’ teaching and mentorship recognitions include the ASEE St. Lawrence Section Outstanding Teaching Award, the Clarkson University Student Association Outstanding Teacher Award, Tau Beta Pi Faculty Award, Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Award, and Phalanx Commendable Leadership Award.