Kimberly S. Baker
Interests: Audience Analysis, Information Design, Professional/Workplace Writing Practice and Pedagogy, Usability Testing
- "Another Audience in the Classroom: Toward Greater Relevance for English 101,"" UW-Milwaukee-Marquette University Composition Conference, Dec. 2012.
- Guest lecture: ""Usability Testing Case Study & Best Practices,"" English 713: Qualitative Research, UW-Milwaukee, Oct. 2012.
Teaching experience: English 101: Introduction to College Composition, English 205: Business Writing
Awards: UW-Milwaukee Chancellor’s Graduate Student Award, 2012-2013
Tatiana BatovaEmail: email@example.com
Interests: digital humanities, international technical and business communication, content management, rhetoric of health care communication, audience analysis, technical translationConference Presentations:
- "Content Management: New Gateways and Challenges of Technology in Transition" (panel presentation). Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, March 2012.
- "International Technical Communication: Re-Considering Quality." Association of Teachers of Technical Writing, St. Louis, March 2012.
- "Third Context of Intercultural Communication in Business Writing Classes." Association for Business Communication, Montreal, Canada, October 2011.
- "Positively Global: Editing the Work of Multilingual Writers." Society for Technical Communication, Sacramento, May 2011.
- "Teaching Business Writers to Write for a Global Audience" at University of Wisconsin System President's Summit on Excellence in Teaching and Learning, April 2010.
- "Content Management and the Realities of Translation" at Association of Teachers of Technical Writing 13th annual conference, March 2010.
- “Managing Content for Global Audiences: A Critical Look at Content Management in Translation/Localization Projects” (with Dave Clark). Under consideration by the Journal of Business and Technical Communication.
- "Legal Literacy for Multilingual Technical Communication Projects." Chapter accepted for an edited collection. Ed. Kirk St. Amant & Martine Courant Rife.
- "The Role of Technical Terms in Creating Humorous Effect in Fiction" (article in Russian language), Tula State Pedagogical University Research (2003): 249-253.
- "Writing for the Participants of International Clinical Trials: Law, Ethics, and Culture." TCQ Special Issues, November 2010.
Dissertation project: qualitative longitudinal study of a work group's implementation of content management strategies and technology in a multilingual and multicultural context.Awards:
- Dissertation Fellowship Award, UW-Milwaukee, 2012-2013
- Association for Business Communication Graduate Student Travel Award, 2011
- Frank R. Smith Outstanding Journal Article Award, Technical Communication, 2010
- Graduate Student Travel Award, 2010, 2011, 2012, UW-Milwaukee
- UW-Stevens Point, School of Business and Economics, 2011. “Third Context of Intercultural Communication: Developing Best Practices for Teaching Intercultural Business Communication Classes.”
- University of Wisconsin System, Office of Professional and Instructional Development, 2009-2010 (Co-Investigator). Undergraduate Teaching and Learning Grant: “Writing English for Nonnative Speakers: Assessing and Developing Best Practices for Teaching Business Writing Students.”
Pete Donahueemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interests: Usability studies, project management for technical work environments, continuous improvement management, technical editing
Awards: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor's Graduate Student Award — 2012
Avery C. Edenfieldemail: email@example.com
Interests: critical pedagogy, sexuality, technology, professional writing, intersectionality
- "Effeminacy and Morality in Quintilian's Institutio Oratoria," Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2012
Andrew T. Kautzemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interests: Ethics, Technical Communication, Literacy
Interests: audience analysis, business communication and rhetoric, remote workforces, corporate newcomers and power structures
- "Virtual Teams, Real Meetings: How We Compensate" at STC Technical Communication Summit Chicago, 5/21/2012
- "Instructional Designers Constructing, Interpreting, and Communicating with Remote, Networked Audiences" at Conference on College Composition and Communication, St.Louis, 03/22/2012
- "Teaching Our Student to Navigate Complex Workplace Contexts" at Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association, Albuquerque, 02/09/2012
Awards: 2012 CPTSC Research Grant
Interests: writing for technology & web publishing
Pamela M. Urban
Degree: MA (May 2013)
Interests: Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property, Rhetoric of Technology, Usability Testing, Legal Literacy in Technical Communication and Professional Writing