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The newest book in the Wiley IEEE PCS series, Teaching and Training for Global Engineering: Perspectives on Culture and Professional Communication Practices, edited by Kirk St. Amant and Madelyn Flammia, is now out! This book presents a range of perspectives, examples, and concepts for teaching international professional communication in different settings. Industry professionals and academic researchers alike […]
Location: Georgia Coastal Conference Center in Savannah, GA Theme: (Re)Considering Programs in Terms of Methods, Methodologies, and Practices With such dramatic growth over the last fifteen years, it is important that we take time to be reflexive about the sustainability of our programs and how we can ensure they remain responsive to the forces that shape […]
If you were planning to submit to ProComm 16 but didn’t quite make the deadline, luck is with you today! Because of some technical difficulties with the submission site this week, we have extended the deadline to midnight on Monday, February 15, 2016. We welcome works in progress as well as more mature projects; the […]
Documentation for the general public from government entities, as well as medical, financial, and legal service providers, is often difficult for consumers to understand and follow. Such poorly prepared documents diminish consumers’ abilities to make informed decisions about their health, rights, and finances. These documents create problems for both the users and producers of the […]
The deadline for submitting proposals to ProComm 2016, the annual conference of the IEEE Professional Communication Society, has been extended to: Monday, February 8, 2016. You may submit your proposal of 350-700 words here: http://procomm2016.exordo.com/login The conference theme is Communicating Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and it will take place in Austin, Texas, October 2-5, 2016.
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