Roger W. Stenersen
Visiting Instructor of Education
Director of the Educational Leadership Program
Office: Tatem Arts Center, Room 203
Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
- M.A., Salisbury State University
- B.A., Washington College
Roger Stenersen completed his undergraduate study at Washington College, where he earned a BA in English Literature. Teaching for six years in Kent County, MD, he completed his Masters Degree in Administration and Supervision at Salisbury State University. Roger moved in 1978 to Washington County where he worked in school-based administration for twenty-six years, acting as assistant principal in three middle schools and principal of four. Following his retirement from Washington County Public Schools he was an instructor for five years for Towson University’s Department of Instructional Leadership & Professional Development and taught courses in Leadership Theory & Practice, Leadership of the Schools, Supervision, and Group Dynamics. He has also supervised dozens of educational leadership interns in Baltimore, Carroll and Frederick counties. An area of special interest to Roger is the professional development of school leaders, and he has earned NAESP certification as a mentor to beginning principals.