Several Lighting Research Center staff members received awards recently at the annual Publication Competition of the Society for Technical Communication.
The Distinguished Technical Communication award (top honors) went to Peter Boyce, professor and group leader in Human Factors; Jennifer Brons,
lighting research specialist; and Naomi Miller, for their work on DELTA Portfolio: McLean Village. Miller is a faculty member and operates
Naomi Miller Design, in Troy.
The award of Excellence went to Jim Gross, production manager; Alma Taylor, editor; and Conan O'Rourke, lighting systems specialist, for their work on Specifier Reports: Electronic Ballasts. A second award of Excellence went to Dan Frering, manager of education, and Jim Gross for their work on Master of Science in Lighting Brochure.
Two awards of Merit went to LRC staff. Jennifer Brons, Naomi Miller, and Peter Boyce were recognized for their work on DELTA Portfolio: Staples. Jennifer Brons and Sandra Vasconez, DELTA program director, received the award for DELTA Snapshots: Electrodeless Lighting.
The Society for Technical Communication is an individual membership organization dedicated to advancing the arts and sciences of technical communication. It is the largest organization of its type in the world with 25,000 members, including technical writers, editors, graphic designers, videographers, multimedia artists, Web and Intranet page information designers, translators, and others.