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A Student Perspective on Summit 2012

By Samantha Gale
My journey to the 2012 Summit began this past January. I was in the second semester of my junior year at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, where we unfortunately do not have a student chapter of STC.

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Planning Has Begun for the 2013 Summit in Atlanta

By Paul Mueller
Work has begun on the education program for the 2013 Technical Communication Summit.

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International Summit Awards Best of Show Winner Announced

By The 2012 International Summit Awards Committee
The International Summit Awards Best of Show winner, announced at the 2012 Summit, is “The Road to Financial Wellness—Financial Education Workbook” by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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Nomination Process Opens for STC Academic Awards

By Cindy Currie-Clifford
STC recognizes individual member achievement through several award programs.

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Associate Fellow Recommendations Due Tuesday, 9 October 2012

By Linda Oestreich
Each year, STC members and communities have the opportunity to recommend senior members for the rank of STC Associate Fellow to the Associate Fellows Committee.

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Are You a Jolly Good Fellow? Applications Due 15 October 2012

By Cindy Currie-Clifford
Each year, the STC Fellows Nominating Committee invites STC Associate Fellows who have held that rank for three years or more to submit an application to the committee for possible elevation to the rank of STC Fellow.

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Partnerships for Professionalism: Collaboration, Diversity, and Technology in Academia and Industry

By Sally Henschel
The STC Academic SIG, in cooperation with the Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication (CPTSC), invites you to join us for a one-day Partnership Preconference.

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Academic SIG Poster Competition Showcases Student Research at the Summit

By Sally Henschel
The Academic SIG student poster competition offers students an opportunity to present their work at the largest technical communication conference in the country, “virtually,” at no cost.

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