Scott Coykendall studies Technical Communication and small-group communication and collaboration. Specifically, he is interested in how teams of colleagues establish and work toward common goals. His most recent work has involved co-developing a web-application that allows collaborative teams to establish and approve common goals and then periodically evaluate each others’ contributions toward achieving those goals.
Prior to his academic career, Professor Coykendall worked in the software industry as a Senior Technical Writer. His work was recognized on multiple occasions by the Society for Technical Communication who awarded him the International Award of Excellence, the International Award of Merit, the Distinguished Technical Communication Award, and several Awards of Excellence at the regional level. At Plymouth State University, Coykendall has twice been a finalist for the Distinguished Service Award and was also nominated for the Distinguished Teaching Award. Recently, the student body recognized him with the 2014 Distinguished Advising Award.
- CM 2000 Studies in Communication & Media
- CM 2910 Human Communication & Conflict
- CM 3090 Technical Communication
- CM 3670 Journalism
- CM 3910 Topics in Film and Media
- CM 4090 Advanced Technical Communication
- CM 4910 Senior Seminar