Rebecca Pope-Ruark publishes two peer-reviewed articles
Rebecca Pope-Ruark, assistant professor of English and coordinator of the Center for Undergraduate Publishing and Information Design (CUPID), recently published two articles in peer-reviewed journals.
The first article, titled “Exploring Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Approaches in Business Communication,” is the first in a two-part series for Business Communication Quarterly examining the connections between the SoTL and business communication communities' research agendas. The article appears in the September 2012 (74) issue. The second article in the series will be published in December.
The second article, "'We Scrum Every Day': Using Scrum Project Management Framework for Group Projects," was published in the October issue of College Teaching (60.4). The article explores how to adapt Scrum project management processes used in web development companies to effectively group projects in college classes. This is the second article Pope-Ruark has published on Scrum, which is also the subject of her CATL Scholars Fellowship.
Pope-Ruark teaches courses in Professional Writing and Rhetoric in the Department of English. She is also the managing editor of the online peer-reviewed journal Perspectives on Undergraduate Research and Mentoring (PURM).