Wang, X., Dai, M., & Mathis, R.S. (2022) A comparative analysis of teacher and student perceptions of motivation sources in freshman engineering design courses at liberal arts and research universities. International Journal of STEM Education. 9, 23 

Mathis, R. S. (2021). A Professing Parent’s Reflection on the COVID Classroom and Research Illustrates the Full Utility of Communication Pedagogy. Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 5, 172-178.  

Mathis, R. S. (2020). Communicating Influence: Positioning the Trainer as an Organizational Leader. Journal of Workplace Learning, 32(8). 549-568.  

Mathis, R. S. (2019). Strategic silence: Is a leader’s choice not to talk a dichotomy to innovation and creativity? Journal of Leadership Studies, 13(1). 75-77.  

Mathis, R. S. (2007) Leadership in relationships: An analysis of Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood through leadership theory. Advances in Developing Human Resources.  

Book Chapters 

Mathis, R.S. (2019). The F-word [feminism] changes a circular message: Linking a profession’s history to communication training’s unique organizational role. Handbook of Communication Training: A Best Practices Framework for Assessing and Developing Competence

Mathis, R. S.  (2016). Water Cooler Talk: Qualitative Consultants Give Voice to Making a Living. Qualitative Communication Consulting: Stories and Lessons from the Field.