Rebecca Taylor, PhD
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- PhD, Stanford University
- MA, Universitat Jaume I
- BA, Washington University in St. Louis
Rebecca M. Taylor is an Assistant Professor of Education at Suffolk University, where she investigates the ethics of higher education policy and practice and teaches courses in higher education administration and community engagement. Prior to joining Suffolk University, Dr. Taylor was a Postdoctoral Fellow and Director of the Ethically Engaged Leaders Program at Emory University’s Center for Ethics. Previously, she worked on college access for justice-involved students as a Research Associate in the Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC) at Stanford Law School.
Her research has been funded by the Center for Ethics and Education at University of Wisconsin and has appeared in journals including Harvard Educational Review, Educational Theory, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Democracy and Education, and Educational Philosophy and Theory.
Dr. Taylor holds a doctoral degree in Education from Stanford University, a master’s degree in Peace, Conflict, and Development Studies from Universitat Jaume I, and a bachelor’s degree with honors in Mathematics and Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis.