Call for Entries--Student Article Competition

Subject: Call for Entries--Student Article Competition
From: Ellen Fenwick <fenwick -at- CYBERHIGHWAY -dot- NET>
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 1996 19:34:23 -0700

Society for Technical Communication (STC)
Ken Caird Student Article Competition

To recognize and reward excellence in technical communication articles written by college students.

The only requirement for authors is that they must have been enrolled full-time (as defined by the school's criteria) in a post-secondary technical communication program as a major, minor, or field of concentration at the time the article was submitted or accepted for publication. Co-authored articles are eligible so long as each author meets this eligibility requirement. A submitter does not need to be a member of STC.

Submitters can enter any article that has been published in a serial publication since October 1, 1994. The article must contain sufficient technical content to qualify as technical communication. Eligible publications include:

* STC publications
* Other professional society journals and newsletters
* Trade publications and newsletters

Editors of newsletters or journals, directors of technical communication programs, and STC chapter presidents may also submit student articles, with student permission.

Undergraduate: Distinguished ($1000) and Excellence ($500)
Graduate: Distinguished ($1000) and Excellence ($500)
In addition, winning entries will be honored and displayed at STC's Annual Conference in Toronto, Canada, May 11-14, 1997.

There is no entry fee.

Entries must be received by January 15, 1997.

Contact the following for copies of the entry form, official rules, and further information:

Marjorie T. Davis
School of Engineering
Mercer University
Macon, GA 31207-0001
davis_mt -at- mercer -dot- edu
(912) 752-2356

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