STC 2015 Technical Summit

STC Summit dates for 2015

Today is the last day you can register online for the 2015 Summit! After today, you MUST register onsite in Columbus. Have you been putting off registering? You can’t afford to wait any longer!

There are plenty of reasons to attend the 2015 Summit, which is now just one week away! For information about the sessions and speakers, see

Early Bird Registration Rate for the 2015 Summit

Banner for Summit 2015 registrationJoin STC at the premier conference for technical communication education and networking 21-24 June 2015 in Columbus, Ohio: the 2015 Summit!

Early Bird Registration Rate

Registration for this can’t-miss event is now open and STC is offering a special early bird registration rate of only $875 for STC members, $200 for student members, $575 for retired members, and $1,275 for nonmembers! Registration rates for all registration periods and for preconference course registration are given at

Make your plans NOW to join your fellow technical communicators in June and take advantage of all that the Summit has to offer, including over 80 education sessions, three networking receptions, the Expo featuring the latest tech comm tools and technologies, and more! Visit for more information on the Summit, hotel, and Columbus, and secure your spot by registering today!

Conference Proposal Deadline Extended to 19 September 2014

Annual Technical Summit logoSTC invites you to contribute your ideas, studies, experience, and expertise at the 2015 Technical Communication Summit, the 62nd Annual Conference of the Society for Technical Communication.
The Summit is being held 21-24 June 2015 in Columbus, Ohio, USA.

The Summit fosters industry-leading technical communication by stimulating information exchange, cultivating research, and serving as the primary source of education for professional technical communicators. Program sessions should represent the latest business trends, communication techniques, technologies, approaches, and solutions. Please visit the Call for Proposals information pages to learn more.

Proposals are due

11:59 PM EDT (GMT-4) on Friday, 19 September 2014
All proposals must be submitted through the STC online submission system. The Call for Proposals information site provides the guidelines and process for submitting, and only those proposals that are submitted through this site will be accepted.

Types of Proposals

STC is looking for presentations, workshops, progressions, lightning talks, etc. Because sessions are 45 minutes long, each progression presenter will do two 20-minute presentations (10 minutes of presenting, 10 minutes of discussion). This format worked very well last year, and we are doing it again. We're aiming to group about six topics to a progression.

STC definitely encourages the submission of more advanced topics, whatever the session type. Our surveys show the majority of attendees want to be challenged and move past the “101” or “Intro to” topics, and this makes sense – most of our attendees have 10 or more years of experience in the profession. Make them think.


If you have any questions, please contact the Program Advisory Committee or Conference Committee at email hidden; JavaScript is required for more information.

Good luck and see you in Columbus!