Read the event review of our latest adventure with STC at George Mason University. Many thanks to Greta Boller for the kind words.
See the election results in the STC Notebook post.
Many thanks to the STC Nominating Committee for organizing such an exciting election. Many more thanks to all the candidates and supporters. And special thanks to those of you who voted.
Thanks to you all, 2015-2016 is going to be a great year for #TechComm.
Today I spent a few minutes chatting with the future of Technical Communications about my job, my life, and my loves.
Emily is a Ph. D. candidate looking for women in technical communication to participate in a short interview for her research.
The interview is short, engaging, and fun. Contact Emily at her blog to find out more.
As you know, I’ve been working on a Ph.D. in technical and professional communication. I’ve finally hit dissertation phase, and I’m looking for participants.
Here’s the official call:
As part of my current research for my dissertation at Utah State University, I’m conducting a study about women’s work experiences in the field of technical and professional communication. If you consider yourself to be a female practitioner (editor, technical writer, content manager, information/communication designer, etc.) within the field and are interested in participating, please contact me at januarypetersen [at] yahoo [dot] com or leave a comment on this post.
I’m looking for participants within the United States, but if you live outside of the country and feel you have something to offer to my study and really want to participate, let’s talk.
Participation will include two interviews, which shouldn’t take more than a few hours of your time. I will also…
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