Our 2014-2015 International Summit Awards (ISA) Winners!

Our 2014-2015 International Summit Awards (ISA) Winners!

Chapter Competition Winners Who Won ISA Awards

We are proud to announce that several Distinguished and Excellence winners in our chapter's 2014-2015 Technical Communication Competition won awards at STC's International Summit Awards (ISA) this year.

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Best of Show


The Best of Show (BOS) winner and all ISA Distinguished award winners will be on display at the STC Summit in the Expo Hall.

Carlo Gavazzi EM111 Installation and use instructions

Photo of Writec entry-folded
Photo of Writec entry-opened

Distinguished Technical Communication and Best of Show

Contributors: Vilma Zamboli, Irene Mazzi, Cristian Gallina, Mauro De Toffol, Roberto Bresciani.

Writec, Desenzano del Garda (BS), Italy.

This unique two-sided sheet is in six languages (Italian, Danish, English, French, German, and Spanish). It is designed to fold open so that only the language of interest is shown.

Winner International Summit Award

ISA Winners

American Botanical Paintings: Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic

Photo of dust jacket of ISA BOS winner

Distinguished Technical Communication

Contributors: Bonnie S. Driggers; Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE); Karen Ringstrand; Countess Clarissa Bonde, BAEE Board Member; Nancy Christmus, Nativescapes Horticultural Consulting; Dr. Marc Epstein, California Dept. of Food and Agriculture; Cynthia Lockley; Lydia Inglett, Ltd Book Publishing; Jean Morra; Dr Douglas Tallamy, Prof. of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, U of Delaware; Keith Tomlinson, Meadowlark Botanical Gardens; Kyle Wallick, Botanist at the USBG.

Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE)
McLean VA.

Research for Sustainable Energy: Linking Genomic and Ecosystem Sciences; Workshop Report

Distinguished Technical Communication

Contributors: Kris Christen, Judy Wyrick, Biological and Environmental Research Information System at Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Holly Haun, Marissa Mills, Betty Mansfield, Sheryl Martin; Brett Hopwood; U.S. Department of Energy Office of Biological and Environmental Research.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.

Category Management: Shopper Mind and Behavior

Excellence

Contributors: Adam Crutchfield, Tammy Montero, Kathy Sawyer, Celeste Murray, Alison Burwinkel.

Bright Line Learning, Marietta, GA.

Plastics and Polymer Composites Technology Roadmap for Automotive Markets

Excellence

Contributors: Ross Brindle; Lindsay Pack; Gina Oliver, American Chemistry Council; Sarah Lichtner; Barb Robertson, American Chemistry Council.

Nexight Group, Silver Spring, MD.

Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE) website

Merit

Contributors: Cynthia A Lockley; Bonnie S. Driggers; Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE).

Botanical Artists for Education & the Environment (BAEE), McLean, VA.

CA VM: Backup for z/VM HiDRO Component – 2.8

Merit

Contributors: Jeffrey Rubinoff; Steven "J.R." Imler, Senior Software Engineer.

CA Technologies, Prague, Czech Republic & Herndon, VA.

Beyond the Classroom: Tips and Tools for the Successful Westat Data Collector

Merit

Contributors: John Kalter, Gary Mosteller, Barbara Dingwall.

Westat, Rockville, MD.

Congratulations to all our chapter competition winners of ISA awards!

STC International Summit Awards (ISA) winners

2014-2015 International Technical Communication Summit Awards Competition Winners
Download the international ribbons to promote your award. Winners of the international level competition may use the STC international award ribbons in resumes or company publications, on websites, or on reproductions of the winning piece.

WDCB local competition winners

Competition Winners 2014-2015
Winners of our local competitions are entitled to display the appropriate STC WDCB Competition Award Ribbons. Download the ribbons to promote your award. Winners of our WDCB Chapter Technical Summit competition awards may freely duplicate our chapter award ribbons in resumes or company publications, and on websites or copies of the winning piece.

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