Dr. Roger Weis

Dr. Roger Weis 
Professor

Curriculum Vitae

Bio
Roger Weis is a professor in the Nonprofit Leadership Studies program after directing the program for 25 years. He has written and had published 10 textbooks and 3 books of poetry. He has also written numerous journal and conference proceedings articles and made presentations nationally, internationally, regionally and locally. In addition, he has presented service learning and leadership workshops to over 100 institutions of education including Oxford and Cambridge Universities in England and Trinity College in Ireland.

He is founder/co-founder of Health Matters for Students, MSU Center for Service Learning, Service Learning Scholars program, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and WAVE. He has been honored as the MSU Student Advisor of the Year twice and as Big Brothers Big Sisters' Volunteer of the Year 3 times. Additionally, he is the recipient of the Outstanding International Service Award – MSU, American Humanics Excellence in Leadership Award, and the Distinguished Service Learning and Civic Engagement Award – MSU, to mention several.

Prior to his tenure at MSU, he served for 15 years as a director and CEO for nonprofit organizations in Virginia. Before that, he was an alcoholism and drug abuse counselor, and earlier he served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam as a reporter, editor, and community service coordinator.

Education
B.A. Marshall University – 1971
M.A. Marshall University – 1975
Ed.D. University of Kentucky – 1995

Areas of Specialization 
Nonprofit Organizational Development, Leadership Development, Service Learning, Health & Wellness

Contact Information 
105B Carr Health Building 
Murray State University
Murray, KY 42071

Phone: 270-809-3808
Email: rweis@murraystate.edu