We’re now accepting ATTW 2017 proposals! This year, we’re requiring that everyone proposing a speaking role create a free ATTW.org account so we can more easily track submissions, reviews, and members.
Since we had some security problems in the past, we’ve deleted all existing ATTW.org accounts and started afresh. So, everyone will need to take a few minutes to make an ATTW.org account.
Please make an account as soon as you can. That will give us time to review and approve accounts well in advance of the October 15 deadline. (We have to review them since spammers still attempt to create bogus accounts every day.) Help us make review easy by filling out the form completely.
If you are planning a panel or co-authored presentation, make sure your collaborators create ATTW.org accounts as well, then provide you the email addresses tied to their accounts. We’ve created a page listing all the registered accounts, so you’ll be able to look them up easily, in case you forget.
Accounts are free and can be created by members or non-members. We plan to keep this system in place for ATTW 2018 and 2019, so this should be a time saver on the long run.
Let us know if you have questions. We’ll be welcoming your submissions soon!
Create your ATTW.org account now
In our commitment to advancing graduate students in the field, ATTW is pleased to announce the 2017 ATTW Graduate Research Award. This award’s purpose is to support and advance the research of graduate students in the latter stages of their PhD programs (preference will be given to those students working on their dissertations).
Up to three awardees will receive a monetary amount ($500.00) to be used for research expenses and/or to help defray the costs of attending the annual ATTW conference. In addition, award recipients will be featured in a work-in-progress panel presentation at the annual conference in Portland, Oregon in 2017, and the conference registration fee will be waived.
At this time, we are soliciting application materials from graduate students whose research is in technical and professional communication. Interested students should send (as one *.pdf file):
- a prospectus that describes their current research and its contribution to the field of technical and professional communication; the prospectus should also address the applicants’ plans for future work. (Please limit to 3-4 pages).
- a description of the ways in which the award money will be used to support the research
- a current CV
- a letter of support from the student’s advisor that confirms the student’s status as a graduate student and details the advisor’s support for the student’s application
Awards will be given to those with clearly defined research projects that contribute to the field of technical and professional communication.
Send completed applications to Michelle F. Eble at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: September 30, 2016
Notification of award recipients: October 30, 2016
ATTW Conference: March 15, 2017
If you have questions, feel free to contact Michelle F. Eble at email@example.com.