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Subject:Re: Degree From:Diane Williams <diane_williams -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 7 Dec 1998 17:52:51 -0800
B.S. in Physical Education.
I was a fledgling sportswriter for many years, then editorial
assistant, then editor, then tech. editor, now tech. writer.
My M.S. in English, professional writing and editing concentration is
pending (May 1999, I hope) as soon as I pass my last literature class
(which will be on Toni Morrison's novels) and my thesis, which will
supplement the plain language instruction available on the internet
for federal employees.
(703) 305-2973 at USDA Food & Consumer Services
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