Re: non engineering writing

Subject: Re: non engineering writing
From: Rod Franklin <franklir -at- TCPLINK -dot- NREL -dot- GOV>
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 1995 17:26:18 MDT

And likewise, I'd like to hear from writers in the physical science
disciplines, such as energy and environmental. I would have the same
questions as Mike. Thanks to any respondents.

Rod Franklin
National Rewewable Energy Laboratory
franklir -at- tcplink -dot- nrel -dot- gov

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Subject: non engineering writing
Author: Mike Stiles <mstiles -at- CYMBAL -dot- AIX -dot- CALPOLY -dot- EDU> at SMTP
Date: 11/1/95 5:21 PM

I am a (non Findlay) student in a tech writing certification program,
with a BS in Ecology and Systematic Biology. I have followed the list
now for about a month, and notice that most of the posts originate from
tech writers in the hardware/software/engineering type fields.

I would like to hear from tech writers, if there are any out there, in the
life sciences/ecology/archaeology fields. What kinds of firms employ
writers in these fields? What kinds of documents do these firms

I'm sure if I knew more, I could think of more questions.

Any information, or direction to information, would be appreciated.

Thank you.
Mike Stiles mstiles -at- oboe -dot- calpoly -dot- edu

C a l i f o r n i a P o l y t e c h n i c S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y
S a n L u i s O b i s p o , C a l i f o r n i a

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