This Fall for the Book, save the date for a presentation by S. Scott Graham.
The George Mason University chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (GMU STC) invites you to learn why the study of rhetoric—including writing, composition, and technical communication—and Science and Technology Studies (STS) need each other.
Sponsored by: The 2016 Fall for the Book
Before his 6:30 p.m. Fall for the Book presentation, "Conflicted: Big Pharma, Drug Money, and the FDA," the George Mason University chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (GMU STC) invites you to the Coffee Hour with S. Scott Graham to meet and chat PhD frustrations, publication insights, and more. Come by with questions- or just say hello!
This past July, GMU STC held its largest event yet: TC Summer Camp. The all-day “unconference” brought together more than 50 writers, editors, illustrators, and students in technical communication. Together, they suggested and voted on topics of discussion, met other technical communicators with similar interests, and learned and shared individual insights about the issues, skills, challenges, and applications of technical communication.