College of Human Sciences, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences Education
Roxie V. Godfrey is an assistant professor in the Family and Consumer Sciences Education program in the College of Human Sciences. Godfrey has spent more than 20 years in the field of education. She has a diverse background in teaching secondary students and was selected the 2009 Virginia Family and Consumer Science Teacher of the Year. She has also developed and taught family and consumer sciences (FCS) online courses in Northern Virginia. Godfrey has worked as an adjunct professor for Regent University at the Washington, D.C., campus teaching in the teacher education program.
Godfrey earned her undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University. She obtained her Master of Education and Ed.D. with a specialization in Distance Education from Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia. She has traveled extensively to Russia, Egypt, Ireland, Switzerland and Australia to research International Distance Education Home Economics programs.
Godfrey's research interests include:
- Sustainability in developing international distance education FCS programs
- Developing online classroom community in international courses
- Knowledge of global dynamics in distance education
- Dimensions for global perspectives in distance education
- Developing 21st century skills in FCS international distance education programs