Lee Rogerson is a Research Fellow who is currently working on a range of research initiatives across the Centre, including the Character and Values in Marginalised Young People and the Schools of Virtue project. He has extensive experience of working with young people, particularly those from marginalised and economically deprived communities. In 2004, he was made an MBE for services to young people in Coventry.
From July 2012 to February 2015, Lee delivered Give Thanks – Give Back a research project working with schools and communities on the theme of gratitude and service.
As a professionally trained documentary film-maker, he has also filmed and edited a number of films for the Centre. These include Thank You Film Awards, Knightly Virtues and the free online course ‘What is Character? Virtue Ethics in Education’.
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- MA (with distinction) in Youth and Community Education (De Montfort University)
- BA (Hons) in Theology (Open University)
- Harrison, T., Bawden, M. and Rogerson, L. (2016) Teaching Character through Subjects: Educating the Virtues through and within 14 Secondary School Subjects, University of Birmingham: Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues.
- Rogerson, L. (2015) Give Thanks - Give Back: Gratitude and Service in School and the Community: Programme Report. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues. Available here.
- Rogerson, L. (2015) Give Thanks - Give Back: Exploring Gratitude and Service Among Communities. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues.