Rebecca Shaw

Program Manager for the Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication


Rebecca Shaw joined the Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication (CWSC) located in the Chapman Learning Commons in June 2017. She previously worked in Student Services (Residence Life) as an Experiential Learning Coordinator at Simon Fraser University where she focused on developing co-curricular leadership programming and implementing the University’s first ever living-learning communities. Before pursuing her graduate degree in Adult Learning, she worked at UBC as a Research Support Officer and Awards Coordinator with the Office of the VP Research supporting graduate students, post-doctoral students and faculty members. During her graduate degree, Rebecca worked as a peer writing consultant at the UBC Writing Centre.

Current Role and Responsibilities

In her current role as Program Manager, Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication, Rebecca oversees the operation of the CWSC including the design, development and delivery of writing support services and other educational programming relating to writing and literacy for undergraduate and graduate students. This includes leading a team of peer writing consultants who provide customized face-to-face support to writers at all levels of proficiency, at any stage of the writing process, working on any type of academic writing. Rebecca and the CWSC also collaborate with faculty and campus partners to provide campus-wide support and engagement around all aspects of academic writing, in and across disciplines. Rebecca is passionate about developing student leaders and creating support programs that focus on students as active life-long learners with an interest in developing their own agency as scholars and writers.


Phone: (604) 827-5125

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