The Students of TC 301
Jill Bartel - Chris
Benedict - Joe Chew -
Rick Clyne - Kim Eiland - Diane Hattler - Terry Jackson
- Toni Ball Johnson - Mary
Dave Pellatz - Kathy Smith
Jill Bartel is an associate writer/editor with Martin-Marietta
Aerospace in Orlando, Florida.
Chris Benedict is a science fiction writer living in Las
Vegas, Nevada, with her husband.
Joe Chew, a technical writer for a San Francisco computer firm, is
collaborating with Dr. Jimmie Killingsworth of Texas Tech and Dr. Michael
Gilbertson of New Mexico Tech on a technical-writing textbook.
Rick Clyne completed an internship with ANORAD Company in Hauppauge,
New York, in the summer of 1985, and continues to work on his technical
communication degree at New Mexico Tech.
Kim Eiland, a writer/editor in the Information Services Office at New
Mexico Tech, received the bachelor of science in technical communication
with highest honors from Tech in May 1986.
Diane Hattler is a technical editor for the U.S. Geological Survey in
Terry Jackson, a technical writer for Science Applications
International Corporation, recently organized the Southern Nevada Chapter
of the Society for Technical Communication and served as the chapter's
Toni Ball Johnson, winner of the 1985 Sylvester Award
as New Mexico Tech's top humanities graduate, works at the school's
Technological Innovations Center and does freelance writing and editing.
Mary McClure holds a writing position with Burroughs in
Orange County, California.
Heidi Miller lives in Los Lunas, New Mexico, and works
Dave Pellatz, the only one in the group who did not
major in technical communication, works as a petroleum engineer for Conoco
in Casper, Wyoming.
Kathy Smith, after completing a six-month cooperative
internship at Los Alamos National Laboratory, received the bachelor of
science in technical communication with high honors from New Mexico Tech
in May 1986. She now lives in Idaho.
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