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Rebecca Taylor (she her)

Graduate Student
Predoctoral Instructor
Assistant Director, UW in the High Schools
Profile of Rebecca Taylor

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PDL B-22
Office Hours: 
MW 1-2p


B.A., Comparative Literature, University of Washington, 2001
M.A., Journalism, University of Oregon, 2008
Post-master's Certification, TESOL, Seattle University, 2014
International Writing Centers Association Summer Institute, 2021
M.A., English, University of Washington, 2021
Ph.D., English, University of Washington, in process
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Rebecca Taylor is a doctoral student in the University of Washington’s Department of English. She was an Assistant Director for UW in the High School from 2021-2023.

She has taught academic writing for the better part of the last decade, most recently in Hong Kong, where she was a founding member of the University of Hong Kong’s Digital Literacy Lab. She has also been an English Language Fellow in Indonesia, and before that, an editor in Korea and Seattle. She has also taught at Edmonds College, which spurred her interest in scholarship centered in two-year intuitions, particularly in composition and English for Academic Purposes.

Broadly, her academic interests lie in the intersection of multimodal literacies, digital literacies, and faculty development of multimodal writing instruction.

She is also the Managing Editor of Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship.

Hilen Summer Research Fellowship in American Studies and Culture (2022)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Collaboration Grant, collaboration with MiSun Bishop (2022)
Collaborative Mellon Fellowship for Reaching New Publics, collaboration with Joe Wilson (2021)
English Language Fellowship, funded by the U.S. Department of State (2015)