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Should we take into consideration WHEN folks received their degrees?
How many schools had tech writing programs 10-15-20 years ago? The
college I attended fresh out of high school had nothing in the lines
of 'tech writing.' But 'life happened' and I transferred 10 years
later to a university w/ a tech writing program. Otherwise, I would
have a straight English degree.
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
>>> "Gutierrez, Diane" <Diane -dot- Gutierrez -at- WESTGROUP -dot- COM> 12/08/98
I am compiling statistics on the current education and degrees of
members for later posting. Any others? Although most seem to have
or tech comm. degrees, let's count all possible backgrounds.
Yo, Ph.D. candidate in tech comm...is this for a future teaching