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Newsletter of the East Bay Chapter of STC
May/June 2005

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Leadership for the Emerging Future
Wonder what your STC leaders do for fun on the weekend? Patrick Lufkin summarizes an energetic meeting of NorCal leaders and describes what it means for area chapters.

 

College Liaison Committee: The New Kid on the Block
EBSTC has an exciting new project that aims to promote technical communication in local colleges. Gwaltney Mountford, committee chair, fills us in on this new activity.

 

Ask Elaine: Sentence's Little Helpers
Ever get confused by the many types of punctuation? Wonder about the difference between an em dash and a semicolon? Elaine Parrish shares punctuation tips that are sure to help you.

 

Literacy Project Update: How Technical Writing Supports High School Science
T. R. Girill was busy with students again this spring by preparing students for their science presentations, taking students to Livermore National Lab, and helping a recently immigrated student from Shanghai gain academic English skills needed for science studies.

 

 

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