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Irish BBQ Welcomes You to ProComm 2015

4Dancers_UL BBQ

Plan to arrive Sunday evening for a tradition Irish Barbecue at The Stables, U of Limerick campus. This is the first chance to meet and greet each other, enjoy terrific food and drink, and be entertained by a troop of Irish dancers and musicians! … [Continue reading]

CFP: 2015 Conference of the Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication

Location: Utah State University, Logan, UT Dates: October 1-3, 2015 Theme:  Programmatic Perspectives: Research, Approaches, and Applications Overview As programs in our field evolve and new programs emerge, it is essential for us to take time to … [Continue reading]

Join the Party!

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Wondering whether the Medieval Banquet ticket is worth the price? You MUST SEE this video: http://youtu.be/13G_vALbZO4 You and your family or guests coming to ProComm 2015 will not want to miss this evening meal and entertainment. Walking into … [Continue reading]

CFP: Communication Design for Social Media: Examining Information Exchanges in Dynamic Online Spaces

Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ), the peer reviewed publication of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)’s Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (SIGDOC) is soliciting article proposals for an upcoming special issue that … [Continue reading]

Call for Applications: Editor-in-Chief of the Scholarly Publication Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ)

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Design of Communication (SIGDOC) is seeking an editor-in-chief and institutional home for its peer-reviewed scholarly publication Communication Design Quarterly … [Continue reading]

“Experiencing Ireland” by Julia M. Williams, past president, ProComm

Cliffs of Galway

Ireland—even just the name evokes images of green fields, friendly people, and, perhaps, pints of frothy Guinness. When you travel to Ireland for ProComm 2015, you will have the opportunity to see and experience much more than this. I’d like to … [Continue reading]

CFP: IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication: December 2016 Special Issue on Entrepreneurship Communication

Guest editor: Clay Spinuzzi (University of Texas at Austin), clay.spinuzzi@utexas.edu Entrepreneurs must communicate constantly. When they develop an innovation, look at possible markets, conduct market research, seek intellectual property … [Continue reading]

Limerick 2015 International Round Table Discussion on Technical and Professional Communication

The Council for Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication (CPTSC) and the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) will co-host a round table discussion in the afternoon between the conclusion of the ProComm 2015 conference and … [Continue reading]

If Spring comes, can Summer be far behind?

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Though snow may still linger in your hometown, it really is time to focus on July in Ireland! I heartily recommend choosing on-campus housing for a number of reasons. CONVENIENCE — No driving and looking for parking! Just walk a few minutes across … [Continue reading]

“Mixing Work and Pleasure” by Carolyn Boiarsky

Our Cottage

The best part of the ProComm Conference is the opportunity to mix work and pleasure. The work is the Conference but the pleasure is Ireland. Years ago I read The Mists of Avalon and decided I was part Celtic. (My DNA [spit] test says I am 1% … [Continue reading]