Dr. Roger Brindley
Dr. Roger Brindley, Ph.D., Professor
Office: USF Tampa campus CGS 101
Dr. Roger Brindley is currently the Vice President for USF World at the University of South Florida. He received his Doctorate Degree from the University of Georgia. In his work at USF World, he is responsible for helping USF further develop international partnership and policies. This helps the university as they seek to broaden international engagement and extend international teaching and research endeavors. His research focuses on teacher beliefs and practices.
A USF professor for 20 years, Brindley has received the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award and the USF President's Award for Faculty Excellence, and he was identified as an Honored Professor by the National Society of Collegiate Scholars in 2001. Brindley has written numerous articles in North American and European publications on policy and practice in higher education, has served as editor for three national/international journals, and frequently speaks at international conferences around the world.
In 2014, Brindley was elected to the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) Commission on International Initiatives, and has spoken at national conferences of the APLU, the Association International Education Administrators, as well as the British Council Going Global conference. In 2015, he was elected APLU Executive Chair for the Commission on International Initiatives.