Daniel Kenzie, North Dakota State University, Fargo, received a 2020 CCCC Technical and Scientific Communication Award as lead author for an article in Technical Communication Quarterly.
Kenzie, assistant professor of practice in the School of Pharmacy, and Mary McCall, assistant professor of English at NDSU, received the honor for the Best Article on Pedagogy or Curriculum in Technical or Scientific Communication.
The article is titled “Teaching Writing for the Health Professions: Disciplinary Intersections and Pedagogical Practice,” in Volume 27 Issue 1. The Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) is a constituent organization within the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
Kenzie received his doctor of philosophy in English from Purdue. His areas of expertise include professional and technical writing, writing in the disciplines, rhetoric of health and medicine, and disability studies. He teaches writing and professionalization in pharmacy.
For more information about the CCCC Technical and Scientific Communication Awards, see http://cccc.ncte.org/cccc/awards/techsci.
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