Outstanding Article in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly Award Winners

Elizabeth Tomlinson, West Virginia University

"Enhancing student learning through scaffolded client projects." Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, 80, 29 - 51.

Catherine Nickerson, Zayed University
Chrysi Rapanta, Zayed University
Valerie Goby, Zayed University

"Mobile or Not?  Assessing the Instructional Value of Mobile Learning." Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, 80(2), 137-153.

Kristen Lucas, University of Louisville
Jacob Rawlins, Brigham Young University

"The Competency Pivot:  Introducing a Revised Approach to the Business Communication Curriculum." Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, vol. 78, 2: pp. 167-193.

Melvin Washington, Howard University
Ephraim Okoro, Howard University
Peter Cardon, University of Southern California

"Perceptions of Civility for Mobile Phone Use in Formal and Informal Meetings." Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, vol. 77, 1: pp. 52-64. 

Daphne A. Jameson, Cornell University

"New Options for Usability Testing Projects in Business Communication Courses." Business Communication Quarterly, vol. 76, 4: pp. 397-411.

Rebecca Pope-Ruark, Elon University

"Exploring Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Approaches to Business Communication Research." Business Communication Quarterly, vol. 75, 3: pp. 237-251.

Jackie Hartman, Kansas State University

Patricia L. Harms, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Deborah Britt Roebuck, Kennesaw State University

"Teaching the Art and Craft of Giving and Receiving Feedback." Business Communication Quarterly, vol. 73, 4: pp. 413-431.

David Alan Sapp, Fairfield University
Qin Zhang, Fairfield University

“Trends in Industry Supervisors’ Feedback on Business Communication Internships.” Business Communication Quarterly, 72 (3), 274-288.

Gary L. May, Clayton State University

“The effect of rater training on reducing social style bias in peer evaluation.” Business Communication Quarterly, 71(3), 297-313.

Robin T. Peterson, University of New Mexico

“An exploratory study of listening practice relative to memory testing and lecture in business administration courses.” Business Communication Quarterly, 70(3), 285-300.

Doreen Starke-Meyerring, McGill University
Deborah Andrews, University of Delaware

“Building a shared virtual learning culture: An international classroom partnership.” Business Communication Quarterly, 69(1), 25-49.

Geert Jacobs, University of Ghent
Liesbeth Opdenacker, University of Antwerp
Luuk Van Waes, University of Antwerp

“A multilanguage online writing center for professional communication: Development and testing.” Business Communication Quarterly, 68(1), 8-22.

Daphne Jameson, Cornell University

“Implication versus inference: Analyzing writer and reader representations in business texts.” Business Communication Quarterly, 67(4), 387-411.

Ameeta Patel, Georgetown University
Lamar Reinsch, Georgetown University

"Companies can apologize: Corporate apologies and legal liability.” Business Communication Quarterly, 66(1), 9-25.

Christine Uber Grosse, Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Managemen

“Managing communication within virtual intercultural teams.” Business Communication Quarterly, 65(4), 22-38.

Nancy Schullery, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo
Melissa Gibson,Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo

“Working in groups: Identification and treatment of students’ perceived weaknesses.” Business Communication Quarterly, 64(2), 9-30.

Bertha Du-Babcock, City University of Hong Kong
Richard D. Babcock, University of San Francisco

“Adapting an American-based simulation to a Hong Kong classroom.” Business Communication Quarterly, 63(2), 9-40.

Kim Sydow Campbell, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Charlotte Brammer, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Nicole Ervin, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

“Exploring How Instruction in Style Affects Writing Quality.” Business Communication Quarterly, 62(3), 71-86.

Frank W. Griffin, North Carolina A & T State University
Lillie Anderton-Lewis, North Carolina A & T State University

“Enhancing connections between students and instructors: African-American students’ use of computer-mediated communication.” Business Communication Quarterly, 61(2), 9-19.