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7th Annual Rocket City Technical Communication Conference March 10!

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Join STC Huntsville/North Alabama for our annual half-day technical communication conference on Saturday, March 10! This year’s theme is “The Next Horizons of Technical Communication,” and we will feature presenters from MSFC, SAIC, Media Fusion, Calibre, Curse Inc, Geeks and Nerds, and more! This event offers insightful presentations, great networking opportunities, and food!

7th Annual Rocket City Technical Communication Conference
“The Next Horizons of Technical Communication”
March 10, 2018, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, with lunch following
Shelby Center (SST), UAH campus.
$10 for students and members, $20 for non-members.

You can email Ryan Weber at rw0019@uah.edu if you want to register early and pay in advance.

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STC Rocket City Technical Communication Conference, Saturday, April 21!

Please join the Society for Technical Communication at the first Rocket City Technical Communication Conference: Techniques and Trends. The event will be held Saturday, April 21 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in the Shelby Center on the UAH campus. Topics covered include soft skills for technical communicators, grant and proposal writing, and trends in the Huntsville area. Admission is $25 for non-STC members and FREE for STC members and students. Contact Cynthia Brasher at brasherc@uah.edu to register. More information is available on the STC website.

Brandon Dauphinais on the Upcoming Rocket City Technical Communication Conference

Check out this link of STC Huntsville President Brandon Dauphinais discussing the upcoming Rocket City Technical Communication Conference on WAAY 4 News.

ATTW Call for Papers Released

The Association of Teachers of Technical Writing has released a call for papers for their annual conference, held next year in Saint Louis on March 21, 2012. The conference theme is “Global Perspectives in Technical Communication: Cultural, Rhetorical, and Technological.” 300 word presentation proposals are due by November 1.


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