Roger Munger is a professor of English and associate chair of the English Department, the largest academic unit in the state of Idaho. He also serves as the institution’s NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative. Roger teaches both graduate and undergraduate technical communication courses. His teaching and research interests include writing for not-for-profits, eco-friendly printing processes, Web 2.0, publications management, and service learning. His scholarship has appeared in journals such as Technical Communication, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Technical Communication Quarterly, Proposal Management, Technical Rescue, Journal of Emergency Medical Services, and Metropolitan Universities Journal. Roger is author of Designing Documents and Understanding Visuals (2008) and Document-Based Cases in Technical Communication (2005, 2012).
Articles & Conference Proceedings
Green Writing Curriculum: Showing Your Students How to Make a Difference, Metropolitan Universities Journal (2010)
A growing group of green writers are persuading people to change their thinking and their...
Designed to Succeed: Strategies for Building an Effective Proposal Management Internship Program, Journal of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (2009)
Using Writing to Make a Difference in Your Community (with Jane DeChambeau), IEEE Professional Communication Society Newsletter (2009)
Green Printing: A Guide to Environmentally Responsible Printing, Technical Communication (2008)
Pressure from various green organizations (such as the Forest Stewardship Council and ForestEthics), government agencies,...
Preparing Future Leaders: Project-Management Strategies for Service Learning (with Amanda Gutowski), Metropolitan Universities: An International Forum (2008)
This article makes a case for teaching project management strategies in service-learning courses. The authors...
V: Designing Documents and Understanding Visuals: Supplement to Accompany Handbooks by Diana Hacker, Faculty Authored Books (2008)
Contributions to Books
Teaching the Temporal Dimensions of Service-Learning (with S. Sturman), Quick Hits for Service-Learning: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers (2010)
Service-learning, the integration of classroom instruction with community service projects, is rapidly gaining momentum as...
Writing Lab Reports, Technical Communication (2010)
Scientists and engineers spend a significant portion of their professional lives writing, because communicating ideas...
Including Service Learning in the Tech-Comm Course, Instructor Resource Manual for Technical Communication (2007)
Addressing Plagiarism in a Technical Communication Course, Instructor Resource Manual for Technical Communication (2004)
Temporal Analysis: A Primer Exemplified by a Case from Prehospital Care (with C. Geisler), Discourse Studies in Composition (2002)
The Green Communicator: Eco-Friendly Practices for the Small Business Office, Tech Comm Summit, Annual Conference for the Society for Technical Communication (2009)