Rodgers VL, NG Smith, SS Hoeppner, JS Dukes. 2018. Warming increases the sensitivity of seedling growth capacity to rainfall in six temperate deciduous tree species. AoB PLANTS 10(1): doi: 10.1093/aobpla/ply003
Beitelspacher L, VL Rodgers. 2018. Integrating corporate social responsibility awareness into a retail management course. Journal of Marketing Education Published First Online
Rodgers VL, D Krcmar. 2017. Bridging the boundaries of science and art for business students: Integrating botany and artistic perspectives to teach environmental literacy. Journal of Sustainability Education 16: ISSN: 2151-7452
Rodgers VL. 2015. A SEERS approach to analyzing impact: Using a science research project to evaluate product life cycle sustainability. In:Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom V Crittenden, N Karst, R Sleggers, K Esper (eds). Emerald Publishing
Winrich C, VLRodgers, MG MacLean, D Blodgett, J Schaefer. 2015. Science education as entrepreneurial thought and action methodology. In:Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom V Crittenden, N Karst, R Sleggers, K Esper (eds). Emerald Publishing
Smith NG, VL Rodgers, E Brzostek, A Kulmatiski, ML Avolio, SE Koerner, D Hoover, K Grant, A Jentshe, S Fatichi, D Niyogi. 2014. Towards a better integration of biological data from precipitation manipulation experiments into Earth system models. Reviews of Geophysics 52(3): 412–434.
Rodgers VL. 2014. Pitching environmental science to business majors: Engaging students in renewable energy choices. Journal of College Science Teaching 43(5): 28-32.
Rodgers VL, SS Hoeppner, MJ Daley, and JS Dukes. 2012. Leaf level gas exchange and foliar chemistry of common old field species, responding to warming and precipitation treatments. International Journal of Plant Sciences 173(9): 957-970.
Lester T and VL Rodgers. 2012. Teaching a cross disciplinary environmental science, policy and culture course on Costa Rica’s ecotourism to business students. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 2(3): 234-238.
Lester T and VL Rodgers. 2011. Beyond Green: Encouraging students to create a simultaneity of positive SEERS outcomes In:The New Entrepreneurial Leader: Developing Leaders Who Shape Social and Economic Opportunity D Greenberg, K McKone-Sweet, HJ Wilson (eds). San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., pp. 94-112.
Laprise S, J Philips, V Rodgers, and C Winrich. 2011. Practice-oriented science education for business students. The International Journal of Science in Society 2(3): 235-242.
Finzi AC and VL Rodgers. 2009. Bottom-up rather than top-down processes regulate the abundance and activity of nitrogen fixing plants. Biogeochemistry 95(2-3): 309-321.
Gallet-Budynek A, E Brzostek, VL Rodgers, JM Talbot, S Hyzy, and AC Finzi. 2009. Contribution of organic and inorganic N sources to root uptake in two intact temperate forest soils. Oecologia 160(1): 129-138.
Dukes JS, J Pontius, D Orwig, JR Garnas, VL Rodgers , N Brazee, B Cooke, KA Theoharides, EE Stange, R Harrington, , J Ehrenfeld, J Gurevitch, M Lerdau, K Stinson, R Wick , and M Ayers. 2009. The responses of pests, pathogens and invasive species to climate change in the forests of Northeastern North America: What can we predict? Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 231-248.
Rodgers VL, BE Wolfe, LK Werden and AC Finzi. 2008. The invasive species Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) increases soil nutrient availability in northern hardwood-conifer forests. Oecologia 157: 455-471.
Wolfe BE, VL Rodgers, KA Stinson, and A Pringle. 2008. The invasive plant Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) inhibits ectomycorrhizal fungi in its introduced range. Journal of Ecology 96: 777-783.
Rodgers VL, KA Stinson, and AC Finzi. 2008. Ready or not, garlic mustard is moving in: Alliaria petiolata as a member of eastern deciduous forests. BioScience 58(5): 426-436.