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A nice way to be recognized

These past few months, Wiley Publishing has been promoting a “Women in Engineering” site that highlights how women are contributing to the many facets of engineering work. When I was first approached, I wasn’t sure if I was a good fit, as I’m not an engineer, per se. Rather, I support the communication work that engineers do.  But the sponsors of the project would not be deterred, and they wanted me on their list.

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So, I’m very happy to share that wonderful effort here.  The specific piece with my story can be downloaded from that page or here. nathans-kelly_wiley-WiEpage 2


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Professional Engineering Communication series by Wiley-IEEE Press is growing again!

I happy to announce the SEVENTH book in the Professional Engineering Communication series is now available. As the editor of this series, I’m proud to work with these professionals to bring their vision to fruition.

9781118230138_cover.indd Information Overload: A Challenge to Professional Engineers and Technical Communicators. (eds: Strother, Ulijn, Fazal).
1118832523 A Scientific Approach to Writing for Scientists and Engineers. (Berger).
9781118061619_cover.indd Negotiating Cultural Encounters: Case Studies in Intercultural Engineering and Technical Communication. (eds. Yu and Savage).
9781118002964.pdf Slide Rules: Design, Build, and Archive Presentations in Engineering and Technical Fields.  (Nathans-Kelly, Nicometo). See an excerpted principle from Slides Rules on this page on slide titles
9781118659649.pdf Engineer Your Own Success: 7 Key Elements to Creating an Extraordinary Engineering Career. (Fasano).
1118339002 International Virtual Teams: Engineering Global Success. (Pam Estes Brewer).
111827427X Communication Practices in Engineering, Manufacturing, and Research for Food and Water Safety . (Ed. David Wright).

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IEEE Press Editorial Board Meeting in San Francisco

This is the first IEEE Press Editorial Board Meeting that I have attended since becoming the series editor for the Professional Engineering Communication Series for IEEE/Wiley.  I am looking forward to learning quite a bit about the state of the art, e-books, publishing trends, and other IEEE/Wiley-related matters.  As the PCS Press Liaison, Ken Moore, Mary Hatcher, and Taisuke Soda have been great mentors.

Professional Engineering Communication home site (for now):