WDC Chapter’s Technical Communication Competitions are Now Open!

The WDC Chapter’s 2008-2009 Technical Communication Competitions are now open! See https://competition.stcwdc.org/ for details and entry forms. Put your best work on the map!

Landsat image of Washington, DC. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Washington, DC Landsat image. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.

Entry deadline: 7 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday,
20 October 2008

Please consider participating this year in one or all three competitions: online communication, technical art, and technical publications. By participating in the competitions, you can

  • Enter your best work to receive valuable feedback and potential awards
  • Volunteer to judge and evaluate entries with your peers

Judge Applications are now being accepted.

See the Competition website for

  • Call for Judges
  • Judge Application form
  • Schedule for Judges
  • Competition Categories

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Download the Competitions Call for Entries trifold (.pdf) and the
Competitions Announcement flyer (.pdf) to post at work or hand out to friends and co-workers.

NASA Goddard Gets on iTunes

July 9th, 2008—Looking for a fun way to keep up with all the cool science and engineering breakthroughs that are taking place at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center? Now available for free from the iTunes store is the official NASA Goddard Shorts podcast series.

By going on iTunes and subscribing to the new podcast, you will gain an "all access" pass to the center, with short videos about the fascinating work being carried out by some of the most talented individuals that NASA employs.

Goddard Space Flight Center, located in Greenbelt, Md., is home to the Nation's largest organization of scientists and engineers working to expand our knowledge of the Earth, solar system and the Universe. Goddard has dedicated its mission to discover and learn more about space and Earth sciences so that we may obtain a better understanding of our planet and the mysteries of the universe. With so many exciting projects going on at the center, this new podcast series gives us a chance to show the world what we're up to.—NASA

The original announcement was on the Space Race News, NASA website, no longer active. See NASA Spaceflight.comm at https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/ for recent space news.  Updated

To subscribe to the podcast, go to the NASA Goddard Shorts home page (no longer available as of Jan 2021).  Revised

Check out all NASA podcasts at:
https://www.nasa.gov/podcasts  Revised