Broome, Rodger
Title:
Assistant Professor - Department Chair
Office:
PA 202a
Phone:
1.801.863.7739
Fax:
801.863.7738
Curriculum Vita
Last Updated: 10/22/14 -

Rodger Broomé, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Department of Emergency Services

 Education:

  • 2012, January - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology - Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA
  • 2008, July - Master of Arts in Psychology - Saybrook University, San Francisco, CA
  • 2006, August - Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science, Psychology - Utah Valley University, Orem, UT
  • 2006, December - Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice - Salt Lake Community College, Taylorsville, UT
  • 2003, August - Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science, Company Officer - Utah Valley University, Orem, UT

Professional:

  • Retired - Battalion Chief - West Jordan Fire Department, UT
  • '89 - '96 - Police Officer - West Jordan Police Department, UT
  • '00 - '10 - Adjunct Instructor - Utah Valley University, UT

Volunteer:

  • '06 - Present - Utah Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team
  • '11 - Present - Reserve Officer, Woods Cross Police Dept., UT

Academic Interests:

  • Human Science Research
  • Public Safety/Emergency Responder Psychology
  • Emergency Services Management
  • Existential-Phenomenological Psychology
  • Sport & Performance Psychology
  • Continental Philosophy
  • Criminology

Personal Interests:

  • Cycling - Road
  • Powerlifting & Strength Training
  •  Ice Hockey
  • Drums & Percussion
  • Martial Arts: Kenpo Karate & Tai Chi

Quotes:

"Discovery is really a mixture of instinct and method" - Edmund Husserl

"If all you have is a hammer, you tend to see everything as a nail" - Abraham Maslow

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