Chin, M.Y., Cohen, C.A.B., Hora, M.T. (2020). Examining US business undergraduates’ use of career information sources during career exploration. Emerald Insight
Hora, M.T. (2020). 5 obstacles that stop many students from taking an internship. The Conversation
Smolarek, B. & Scrivener, L. (2019). Examining business-driven education reform by new policy actors: a discursive analysis of UpSkill Houston. Journal of Education Policy.
Wolfgram, M. & Vang, I. (2019). The Time Politics of Higher Education for Refugees in the United States. Anthropology News website, June 3, 2019. DOI: 10.1111/AN.1180.
Hora, M. T., Smolarek, B. B., Martin, K. N., & Scrivener, L. (2019). Exploring the Situated and Cultural Aspects of Communication in the Professions: Implications for Teaching, Student Employability, and Equity in Higher Education. American Educational Research Journal.
Benbow, R., & Hora, M.T. (2018). Reconsidering college student employability: A cultural analysis of educator and employer conceptions of workplace skills. Harvard Educational Review 88 (4), 483-515.
Hora, M., Benbow, R., & Smolarek, B. (2018). Re-thinking Soft Skills and Student Employability: A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 50 (6), 30-37.
Hora, M.T. (2018). Beyond the skills gap: How the vocationalist framing of higher education undermines student, employer, and societal interests. Liberal Education, 104 (2). Association of American Colleges & Universities.
Smolarek, B., & Hora, M.T. (2018). Examining faculty reflective practice: A call for critical awareness and institutional support. The Journal of Higher Education, 89 (4), 553-581.
Hora, M.T. & Blackburn Cohen, C. (2018). Cultural capital at work: How cognitive and non-cognitive skills are taught, trained, and rewarded in a Chinese technical college. Community College Review, 46 (4), 388-416.
Smolarek, B. B., Wolfgram, M., Vang, MN., Xiong, C. Lee, L. Lee, P., Thao, M., Vang, K., Xiong, P. K., Xiong, O., & Xiong, P. (Under Review). Our HMoob American College Paj Ntaub: Student-led Community-Based Participatory Action Research (CBPAR) as Counter-Invisibility Work.