International Professional Communication Conference 95

Subject: International Professional Communication Conference 95
From: George Hayhoe <GFHayhoe -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 1995 12:54:38 -0400

It's still not too late to register for IPCC 95!

The Professional Communication Society of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers) will hold IPCC 95 at the Hyatt Regency in Savannah,
GA, September 27-29. A welcome reception will be held from 7:00 to 9:00 pm on
September 26.

The program includes a keynote address by South Carolina Educational TV
naturalist Rudy Mancke, and 11 other sessions (most featuring two concurrent
workshops and two concurrent panels) on such topics as organizing resources
for a successful publishing project, project management, graphics and
typography, outsourcing, online documentation, usability, document design,
and multimedia.

Cost of the conference is $325 for IEEE members, $400 for non-members, and
$162.50 for retirees and full-time students. The registration fee includes
the technical sessions, the welcome reception on Tuesday evening, continental
breakfast each of the conference's three days, lunch on Wednesday, dinner
(aboard the "Savannah River Queen" riverboat) on Thursday, and a copy of the
conference proceedings.

Dress for the conference is business casual. Savannah's daytime temperature
in late September is typically 85 degrees Fahrenheit, with evening
temperatures in the 70s.

To register, send your name, company name, address, city, state/province,
zip/postal code, telephone number, fax number, IEEE membership number (if
applicable), preferred name on badge, e-mail address, and the appropriate
registration fee to:

Joan Nagle
104 Crane Court
Aiken, SC 29803

Contact the hotel directly at 912-238-1234 to make your room reservations.
The Hyatt Regency is located in the heart of the nation's largest historic
district on the Savannah River waterfront. The hotel is within walking
distance of restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and the major attractions
of the historic district.

--George Hayhoe
General Chair, IPCC 95
GFHayhoe -at- aol -dot- com

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