Dr. Rhonda J. Stanton
Missouri State University
901 S. National Ave.
Springfield, MO 65897
- PhD, Technical Communication and Rhetoric, 2013, Texas Tech University – Lubbock, TX
- MA, Writing (Professional Writing and Comp/Rhet Tracks), 1999, Missouri State University – Springfield, MO
- BS, English Education, 1991, Southwest Baptist University – Bolivar, MO
- ENG 777 Scientific and Technical Editing
- ENG 772 Writing for the Professions
- ENG 771 Foundations Seminar in Professional Writing
- ENG 770 The Teaching of Technical Writing
- ENG 684/575 Intercultural Studies in Technical Writing
- ENG 678/570 Writing in the Health Professions
- ENG 774/694/574 Technical Writing Internship
- ENG 672/572 Writing Grant Proposals
- ENG 421 Advanced Technical Writing
- ENG 321 Writing II: Beginning Technical Writing
- Stanton, R. Beginning Technical Writing. 2020.
- Stanton, R. Service Learning as Innovative and Interdisciplinary Pedagogy. Technical Communication Beyond the Silos. Minacori, P. Ed. Hermann Publications, Paris, France. 2019.
- Stanton, R. “Do Technical/Professional Writing (TPW) Programs Offer What Students need for Their Start in the Workplace? A Comparison of Requirements in Program Curricula and Job Ads in Industry.” Technical Communication. 64(3), pp. 223-235. 2017.
- Stanton, R. “Communicating with Employees: Resisting the Stereotypes of Generational Cohorts in the Workplace.” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. 60(3), pp. 256–272. 2017.
Research and professional interests
- Pedagogy in technical and professional writing
- Students’ transition from school to work
- Multigenerational groups in the workplace
- Recruitment, retention and recognition in the workplace