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Shristy Bashyal. (2017). The three pillars of sustainability as a special topic in the marketing communication of plastic-packaging companies. In Derek Ross (ed.), Topic-driven environmental rhetoric. New York: Routledge (co-authored with Dr. Malone)
Amruta Ranade. (2016). Leveraging internal knowledge at startups. Proceedings of the 2106 IEEE International Professional Communication Conference. DOI: 10.1109/IPCC.2016.7740505.
Razmus Kerwin. (2016, October). Involving students in rubric creation and using Google Docs to make it happen. Teaching Professor, pp. 7-8.
Amruta Ranade. (2016, May). Writing for a North American audience. Intercom, pp. 45-46.
Elizabeth Roberson. (2014). Technical communication at Missouri S&T: A history and overview of programs. Programmatic Perspectives, 6(1): 86‐109 (co-authored with Drs. Malone and Wright)
Trent Leslie. (2013). Program visibility: A survey of awareness about technical communication programs on campus. Programmatic Perspectives, 5(2): 197-213 (co-author with Dr. Northcut)
Patricia Hallier. (2012). Light’s "Technical Writing and Professional Status": 50 Years Later. Technical Communication, 59(1): 29‐31, E13‐21 (co-authored with Dr. Malone)
Irangi Egodapitya, Tessa Long, Elizabeth Roberson, & Gowri Saraf. (2011). A History of the Future: Prognostication in Technical Communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 20(4): 443‐480 (co-authored with Drs. Wright and Malone)
Xiaoyan Huang. (2010). The professional contributions of Herbert B. Michaelson. IEEE PCS Newsletter, 54.7 (co-authored with Dr. Malone)
Tara Bryan. (2007). The role of historical studies in technical communication curricula: A report of survey results. In A. Blakeslee & J. Grabill (eds.), Sustainable growth in technical and scientific communication—Principles, Personal and Programmatic: Conference proceedings [of the] 34th Annual Meeting of the Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication, October 11, 2007, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC (pp. 0-36) (co-authored with Dr. Malone)
Tara Bryan. (2007). Technical marketing communication: A sequence of three exercises. 2006 Proceedings of Missouri State’s 3rd Annual Conference on the Teaching of Technical Writing. Ed. Sherry Southard and Melissa Place. Springfield, MO: Missouri State University, 2007 (co-authored with Dr. Malone)
Yeriel Lee. (2016). Analyzing the social media content of four businesses in South Korea and the United States. C.R. Anderson Research Fund Grant, Association for Business Communication, $3,711
Tara Bryan. (2007). The role of historical studies in technical communication curricula. Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication, $500 (co-PI with Dr. Malone)
Snehal Shirke. (2016). Yik Yak posts: A discourse analysis (Dr. Northcut, advisor)
David Young. (2013). Lexis in chemical engineering discourse: Analyzing style in chemical engineering research articles through a rhetorical lens (Dr. Malone, advisor)
Melissa Wampler. (2013). Women authors of technical writing textbooks from 1923 to 1973 (Dr. Malone, advisor)
Subhashini Gamagedara. (2013). Understanding the challenges that international graduate teaching assistants (IGTAs) face in technical communication programs in the US (Dr. Northcut, advisor)
Shristy Bashyal. (2012). How should plastic-packaging companies apply artificial proofs and topics of invention to communicate sustainability? : A heuristic developed on the basis of rhetorical analysis (Dr. Malone, advisor)
Xiaoyan Huang. (2011). Scholarship in international technical communication, 1950-1989: A historical study (Dr. Malone, advisor)
Elizabeth Roberson. (2011). The history of technical communication instruction at Missouri University of Science and Technology: The evolution of a curriculum (Dr. Malone, advisor)
Irangi Egodapitiya. (2009). Satellite photography: Instrumental, rhetorical, affective? (Dr. Northcut, advisor)