Publications / Editing
In February of 2022, I was deeply honored to receive Perimeter College's 2022 Faculty Development Award, given "to recognize, reward, and promote excellence in faculty professional development and continuous improvement." You can read more about the award in the Perimeter Post, March 2022 Edition.
With my awesome English Dept. fellow award winners, Perimeter College Awards and Faculty Meeting, February 18, 2022. Credit: Rebecca Rakoczy
Editor, 2021-present: Recursive Reviews, a semesterly book review featuring books about pedagogy in higher education. Recursive: SoTL in Progress, Georgia State University CETL Publications and Sites. Issue 1, October 2021; Issue 2, February 2022. Nb: role also includes occasional managing editor duties.
"Episode #119: Rebecca Weaver," in the Pedagogue Podcast. Ed. Shane Wood. August 17, 2022.
“It’s OK for Professors to Go Back to Not Actively Improving Our Teaching.” Bad Ideas About Teaching (new column) in the National Forum for Teaching and Learning, May 2022. Issue 31, Volume 4.
"In Honor of Mike Rose: Inviting Students Across The Boundaries," guest writer for the "Just Visiting" Blog for Inside Higher Ed (Ed. John Warner), August 16, 2021.
“A Different Dear Student Letter,” Recursive: SoTL in Progress, Georgia State University CETL Publications and Sites.
May 7, 2021.
"I Thought I Was an Isolated Case--I Know Now, I Wasn't: A Professor's Perspective on #RealCollege," in the #RealCollege Blog from the Hope Center for Community, College, and Justice. March 2, 2021.
"Tiny Maneuvers: On Changing Our Instincts as Teachers," in Hybrid Pedagogy: The Journal of Critical Digital Pedagogy. April 28, 2020.
"On Voicelessness and Hunger at #RealCollege," in Recursive: SoTL in Progress, Georgia State University CETL Publications and Sites. August 2, 2019.
in ProfHacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education’s page on Teaching, Tech, and Productivity. Feb. 10, 2018.
Textbook and Curriculum Editing
Successful College Composition, 3rd Edition, Managing Editor and Contributor. Georgia State University Library Digital Resources Collection. Atlanta, Ga. June 2019.