Margaret Smallwood

Margaret Smallwood
Associate Professor of Practice, Organizations, Strategy and International Management
(972) 883-5985
MA, Sam Houston State University, 2020
MBA, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2010
BA, University of California
BCOM 3100 Professional Development
BCOM 3200 Introduction to Business and Professional Development
BCOM 3310 Business Communications
BCOM 4350 Advanced Business Communications
MAS 6105 Communication for Managers
Current / Recent Research
Cross-Cultural Communications
Communications training
Workplace communications
Mentoring Millennials for today’s workplace

Smallwood, M. “The Need for Cross-Cultural Communication Instruction in U.S. Business Communication Courses,” Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, Feb. 2020.

Impact of professional communications training on teamwork and leadership skills.Conference proceedings of ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 2017. With Todd Polk, Jeanne Sluder, Robert Hart and Joseph Pacheco

Flipping the Paradigm: Mentoring Baby Boomers for the 21st Century Workplace, Proceedings of 2015 Mentoring Conference: New Perspectives in Mentoring: A Quest for Leadership Excellence & Innovation, 2015 with Jeanne Sluder

Breaking through the Stereotype: A Developmental Relationship between Engineering and BCOM, Proceedings of 2016 Mentoring Conference: Developmental Networks: The Power of Mentoring and Coaching, 2016 with Jeanne Sluder
Smallwood, M. “Captive Audience: What New Pros Need to Learn before Starting Out,” Public Relations Tactics, June 2015.
Professional Organizations
Association for Business Communication
Public Relations Society of America
Published Works
List of Published Works