The following graduate students and faculty participated in the 2019 ATTW Research Methods Workshop, “Using Narrative Inquiry Methods in Technical Communication,” led by Natasha N. Jones, University of Central Florida & Miriam F. Williams, Texas State University.
|G. Edzordzi||Agbozo||Michigan Technological University|
|Lorelei||Blackburn||Michigan State University|
|Shanna||Cameron||University of Memphis|
|Ryan||Cheek||Utah State University|
|Chris||Dayley||Utah State University|
|Isidore||Dorpenyo||George Mason University|
|Laura||Gonzales||The University of Texas at El Paso|
|Cana Uluak||Itchuaqiyaq||Utah State University|
|Temptaous||Mckoy||East Carolina University|
|Sarah||Prielipp||Michigan State University|
|Danielle||Stambler||University of Minnesota-Twin Cities|
|Erica||Stone||Texas Tech University|
|Charles||Woods||Illinois State University|
The Research Methods Workshops, offered since 2010, are an initiative of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) aimed at providing an opportunity for those entering the profession and those interested in developing more sophisticated research skills. Participation in these workshops is awarded on a competitive basis and constitutes a place on the ATTW program.