Jessica Rogers is a chemistry professor at LCU who is fascinated with the mystery of how God was able to create everything in this world. One of her favorite things about teaching is getting to unravel some of the answers to that mystery with students through demonstrations and logic. As a chemist, she believes trying to manipulate compounds to make the world a better place is a worthy goal.
Outside the classroom, Rogers loves being a mother to her three sons, Coby, Zack, and Josh, and a wife to her husband, Dr. Toby Rogers. She not only loves mixing things up in the lab, but in the kitchen when she cooks as well. Other hobbies include running, photography, camping (another place she can start fires), and gardening.
Why Does Ice Float?
Dr. Jessica Rogers creatively explains why ice floats on top of water.
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