Mateosian, East Bay member and frequent contributor to the Chapter, for being
honored as an Associate Fellow in 2008.
Richard's career path moved from
mathematician to programmer to development manager to technical book author to
technical marketer to technical writer, all in the short span of 40 years. He
is a member of ACM and IEEE. For the last 20 years, he has been review editor
for IEEE Micro.
Richard's STC activities include chapter president and
competition director. He is currently president of the Berkeley
Chapter, treasurer of the Gordon Scholarship, and treasurer of the Management
SIG. He serves on a society-level task force to determine the appropriate funding
model for STC communities.
from Technical Communicator to Project Manager
Dahlinger and Josette Schaber, both working in Columbus, Ohio,
write about how to become Project Manager certified.
from the Writing Boot Camp
Cunningham, in her first article,
writes about the writing gems she and her co-workers found in the Writing Boot
Camp workshop sponsored by EBSTC in January.
on a Macintosh Computer
about how to run Microsoft Windows on a Macintosh computer.
Communications Internships - What, Why, Where, and How?
discusses how internships can benefit both the new writer and the company.