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International Competition Winners

2011-2012 International Technical Communication Summit Awards Competition Winners

STC International Competitions Best of Show award ribbonSTC International Competition award ribbon for Winner

Congratulations to all the Washington, DC - Baltimore Chapter winners who won awards at the STC International Competition level!

Winners of the 2011-2012 Distinguished Technical Communication Award and the 2011-2012 Excellence Award in the local chapter may go on to the International Technical Communication Summit Awards Competition. Winning entries in that competition are presented at the annual STC Technical Summit in May.

Winners at the international level are entitled to display the STC competition award ribbon.

Entry title Contributors Company
Distinguished Technical Communication
An entry that wins an award of Distinguished Technical Communication is clearly superior in all areas. The entry contains no major flaws and few, if any, minor flaws. It applies the principles of technical communication in an outstanding way, particularly the way that it anticipates and fulfills the needs of its audience.
No awards for entries from our chapter competition 
An entry that wins an award of Excellence consistently meets high standards in all areas. The entry might contain a single major flaw or a few minor flaws. The entry demonstrates an exceptional understanding of technical communication principles.
Returning Your HughesNet HN9000 or HN9200 Leased Equipment William J. Hagen Hughes Network Systems
Remote Tank Level Monitoring System Executive Summary Sarah Lichtner, Jared Kosters, Brandon Robinson (PERC) Nexight Group
Securing Tomorrow’s Grid Lindsay Kishter, Jack Eisenhauer, Darren Highfill (UtiliSec) Nexight Group
Teknos, The Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Rachel Chuang, Esther Wang, Allison Wang, Zeming Lin, Pali Singh, Melanie Kim, Jacqueline Speiser, Stephanie Melendez Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
Pictures of the Future Arthur F. Pease Siemens A.G.
An entry that wins a Merit award consistently meets high standards in most areas. The entry might contain a small number of major or minor flaws, but it still applies technical communication principles in a highly proficient manner.
COSIG Lessons Learned Series Tina Marshall, Jenifer Urff, Susan Hills, Shelly McGeorge, Julienne Giard, Claudia Bepko, Julie Pearson Westat
Grand Challenges for Biological and Environmental Research: A Long-Term Vision Jennifer Bownas, Kris Christen, Holly Haun Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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