Join us for our monthly program meeting featuring Eric Berger of Space City Weather and Ars Technica! Eric Berger is the senior space editor at Ars Technica, covering everything from astronomy to private space to wonky NASA policy. Eric has an astronomy degree from the University of Texas and a master's in journalism from the … Continue reading October 10: Eric Berger
The STC Houston Volunteer Recognition party will be held on June 20 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the Melting Pot, 6100 Westheimer Rd Ste 146, Houston, Texas 77057 (just west of Fountain View, close to the House of Pies). The meal will include an appetizer cheese fondue, a petite entree, and a dessert fondue. … Continue reading June 20: STC Houston Volunteer Recognition Party
This Wednesday, the Houston STC Luncheon Series will feature a guest speaker. Please join us! Attendance is free. RSVP to Tom Foster (email@example.com) by 10 AM Wednesday. Time: 11:30 AM, Wednesday, August 24 Place: Barry’s Pizza, 6003 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77057 Cameron Johnson, a Houston-based communications professional and business owner, will lead this month’s … Continue reading August 24: Networking and Program Lunch
STC Houston may not have program meetings during the summer, but that doesn't mean you have to stop learning! There are several live web seminars offered by the national office. Of particular note: July 6 - A discussion on career paths from our very own Alyssa Fox. July 13 - A free guide to presentations. … Continue reading Summer Skill-Building Webinars
STC Houston is hosting a joint meeting with the Professional Writing and Technical Communication Program on Friday, April 22, from 12pm – 2pm at the University of Houston-Downtown in Room 602 North (Main Building). 12 pm - 1 pm: Panel discussion for experienced writers to share their perspectives about their industries and the opportunities for … Continue reading April Program: Technical Communication Across Industries
Welcome back, STC Houston members and friends! We're all set for another great program season and looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday, September 8 at the American Red Cross (2700 Southwest Fwy.) The old saying, "Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him … Continue reading September Season Kick-Off: Teaching Engineers to Fish?
Books Before Typography by Frederick W. HamiltonPublished by the Committee on Education, United Typothetae of America, Chicago, Ilinois,1918.Source file: http://www.Gutenberg.org/files/30803/30803-h/30803-h.htmby Noel Atzmiller Did you know that ancient Peruvians used a series of knots that they tied on colored cords to convey messages? What is the difference between an ideogram and a phonogram? Which people are credited … Continue reading Book Review – Books Before Typography
Election TimeSTC Houston Elections are underway!STC Elections just passed, and our own Cindy Pao is now a Director at Large of the STC. Cindy Pao – Candidate for Director of the Society for Technical CommunicationAnd STC Houston Elections are here. Elections will be held at the June meeting on June 9 at Escalante's. This meeting … Continue reading Dateline Houston Newsletter – May/June 2015
It's been a wonderful program year and there's only one way to cap it off! Join us Tuesday, June 9th at Escalante's (Town and Country - 12821 Kimberly Lane) for our annual Volunteer Recognition meeting! We'll enjoy a FREE fajita bar with lots of great Tex-Mex while we recognize members who helped us along the … Continue reading June Program: Celebrate STC Houston!
STC Houston rolled through February and March with some great events and programs. Here's a short recap in case you missed out!In February, the chapter was treated with two great events with STC Fellow, Linda Oestreich. Linda helped us to think outside of the box and keep our creative juices flowing with her "Creativity and Career" … Continue reading STC Houston Enjoys Great Activities in February and March