Rebecca K. Weinbaum, Ph.D., LPC-S, CSC

2016 Lamar University Merit Award

2016 Distinguished Service Award Texas Counseling Association

2016, November Invited guest speaker Cardinal Conversations

2015 Phi Beta Delta International Honor Society Beta Xi Chapter Lamar University

h-index is 13 with highest citations (160) for the 2013 article: Administering quantitative instruments with qualitative interviews: A mixed research approach. Journal of Counseling & Development.

Most Read Article of 2014 by Routledge Taylor & Francis Group:  Differences of Mentoring Experiences across Grade Span among Principals, Mentors, and Mentees

2013 Distinguished Paper Award AERA Mentorship and Mentoring Practices Special Interest Group. Differences in mentoring experiences across grade span among principals, mentors, and mentees.

2013 Distinguished Paper Award AERA. Professors of Education Research Special Interest A Framework for using discourse analysis for the review of the literature.

2012 Outstanding Published Manuscript in Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning. The experiences of selected mentors: A cross-cultural examination of the dyadic relationship in school-based mentoring.

2011 Outstanding Paper Award A mixed research study of mixed research courses: experiences and perceptions of instructors at the Southwest Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX.

Invited Co-Editor Methodological Applications in Education for International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 5(2):