On 7 February 2013, we announced the 2012-2013 Technical Summit Competition Winners of our Washington, DC – Baltimore Chapter’s local-level Technical Summit Competition: https://events.stcwdc.org/2012-competition-winners-announced/. The page for the Winners List given in that post was updated to show which winners went on to win at the international level.
A gold star marks the winning entries in the International Competition. Six entries from our chapter won International Competition awards this year!
New award ribbons with the chapter’s new logo on the ribbon are also shown on this page. Winners of our WDCB Chapter Technical Summit competition awards may freely duplicate our chapter award ribbons in resumes or company publications, and on Web sites or copies of the winning piece.
New STC award ribbons for the international-level competition are available for downloading at https://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-international-award-ribbons/. 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. The international ribbons can not be used for chapter-level award winners.
The following is from the STC Office on 21 September 2009
The deadline for submission of prospective proposals for Technical Communication Summit '10 is fast approaching! All proposals must be submitted by 10:00 AM EDT (GMT-4), Monday, 5 October 2009, and must be submitted through our online submission system. The initial Call for Proposals is republished below:
The Society for Technical Communication invites you to contribute your ideas, studies, experience, and expertise at our Technical Communication Summit 2010, the 57th Annual Conference of the Society for Technical Communication.
The Society advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and all media. Consequently, the core content of the Summit’s education program will be based on tracks that span the profession. Those tracks are detailed in this call for proposals. The work you are doing and have done is an important element in the education process, and we invite you to share it with Summit attendees.
The Summit is scheduled:
Dallas, TX, USA
2-5 May, 2010
Please see the Call for Proposals website for general information about the conference, descriptions of the individual tracks within the education program, descriptions of session formats and required supporting materials, answers to key questions, and a checklist of issues to address before submitting your proposal.