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Come out to the National Museum of Crime and Punishment to network with fellow technical communicators, learn some tips about ghostwriting, and peek inside DC's newest museum and headquarters for FOX TV's hit series, America's Most Wanted. Register today!

Agenda

5PM: Tour the museum

6PM: Eat and socialize in John Walsh’s television studio

7PM: Lili Fox Vélez, Ph.D., presents “Haunted Manuscripts: Current Issues in Ghostwriting”

Speaker

Dr. Lili Fox Vélez’s presentation is entitled "Haunted Manuscripts: Current Issues in Ghostwriting."

Lili Fox Velez, Ph.D., event speaker
Lili Fox Vélez, Ph.D., event speaker

Lili Fox Vélez, Ph.D. (B.A., Arcadia University; M.A. and Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University) currently teaches medical communications, rhetoric, ethics, and environmental science writing at Towson University in Maryland. She has worked in industry and academia and founded the MS program in Biomedical Writing at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Whether she has ever been a ‘ghost’ is one of the questions she will discuss in her presentation.
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Carolyn Kelley Klinger

I’m a technical communication consultant working primarily in the bioinformatics field and also designing and delivering training classes on 508 compliance for electronic documents. I have been involved with the STC Washington, DC – Baltimore chapter since 1994 and am an STC Fellow.