Rebecca Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree in English literature from Louisiana State University and a Master’s degree in Holocaust & Genocide Studies.After completing her graduate studies at Kean University, she worked as an Academic Specialist for the Master of Arts in Holocaust & Genocide Studies program, overseeing the staging of workshops, lectures, conferences, and events featuring internationally-recognized leaders in the field, as well as planning the first multi-national study delegation to sites of former genocide. Before joining FASPE as Program Director, she worked in higher education as an editor, project manager and lecturer. She has taught a wide variety of history and writing courses, and designed several courses on genocide, human rights, and the history, literature, and philosophical implications of the Holocaust.
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