Sally Rogan is the Director of Peer Learning and The National Centre for PASS at the University of Wollongong (UOW). Sally implemented PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) at UOW in 2002. Her team currently employs some 120 senior students in peer based roles at UOW. Since 2005, Sally has also been the National Trainer for the Australasia region for the multi award winning peer learning program PASS . This program is now the premier FYE and peer learning initiative in Australia and Sally has trained over 500 staff from some 65 institutions across Australasia in the implementation and management of the program.
Sally is the winner of multiple institutional and national awards for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning and holds a Masters in Management. She has presented multiple workshops, keynotes and invited addresses at institutions in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, the Pacific Islands, South Africa, the USA and the PR of China. Sally also regularly presents at a range of national and international conferences around FYE and peer learning. In January, 2012, Sally became the first Australian invited to join the Advisory Board of the USA National Resource Centre for FYE and Students in Transition.