Rose M. Baker is Assistant Professor in the Department of Learning Technologies, College of Information, University of North Texas.

At the intersection of learning and performance, emergent technologies, and methodological contributions to improve practice, Dr. Baker's primary research interest is management techniques and statistical applications for operations and performance improvement, survey and evaluation design, and open learning. Her research focus includes impact of career and technology education, economic analysis, occupational forecasting, benchmarking, evaluation of training outcomes, training needs assessment, job task analysis, impact and prevention of substance use, and determination of the financial forecast and effects of workplace learning investments in soft skill training. Dr. Baker has extensive experience in the analysis, interpretation, and reporting of labor market data. 

Dr. Baker holds a BA degree in Mathematics and Chemistry from Washington and Jefferson College, and a MEd degree in Adult Education Theory and Practice and a PhD degree in Instructional Systems, from Penn State.  She is also a certified teacher with a Pennsylvania Instructional II certificate and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with the Project Management Institute (PMI).