Assistant Director, Graduate Enrollment Management
School of International Service
Rebecca Davis joined the American University community in 2006 as both staff and student. After working in University Publications as the University’s Photo Librarian, she moved into her current role as the International Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) Program Coordinator in SIS. In 2011 Rebecca completed her MA in IPCR with a focus on facilitation of intergroup processes and identity-based conflict. As a staff member, she most enjoys talking with prospective students about the program and helping them discover the unique ways in which the program may fit their interests and professional goals.
Prior to coming to AU, Rebecca was a high school teacher at her alma mater, Good Counsel High School in Maryland. Studying abroad in South Africa and volunteering in an Americorps Program in Selma, AL strongly influenced her decision to leave teaching to earn a graduate degree that would allow her professional focus to shift to conflict resolution.
DegreesM.A. International Peace and Conflict Resolution, American University, B.A., History Education, University of Delaware
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