Boston Broadside
January/February 2001
Vol. 58, No.3

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President's Message

Director-Sponsor's Column

Technical Writring at SolidWorks is a Collaborative Effort

Competitions 2000 Awards Banquet: the STACIEs

The Edward J. Carbrey, Jr., Scholarship 2001 Application Instructions

September Program Report

September Membership Report

October Membership Report

Communicator's Toolchest Book Review: A Review of the XSL Companion

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Society for Technical Communication, Inc

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The Edward J. Carbrey, Jr., Scholarship 2001 Application Instructions

The Boston Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is now accepting applications for the Edward J. Carbrey, Jr., Scholarship. The scholarship, given to a deserving undergraduate student in technical communication, is a special tribute to Edward J. Carbrey, Jr., a long-time Chapter member, former Chapter Treasurer, former STC Council member, and STC fellow.

To be eligible, you must:

  • Be currently enrolled full-time in a recognized undergraduate technical communication program in the geographical area served by the Boston Chapter STC
  • Have completed at least four technical communication courses (at least one of which must be visual communication or media design)

The chapter selects the recipient on the basis of academic achievement and professional promise, with financial need considered if applicants are equal in other respects. The student selected for the scholarship receives an award of up to $1,000.

To apply, send a completed application form, a current resume, and an official transcript to:

Prof. Beth Britt
Department of English
406 Holmes Hall
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115

Completed applications must be received by February 1, 2001. The recipient of the Edward J. Carbrey, Jr., Scholarship will be announced in March 2001.

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