NDSU faculty honored with communication award

NDSU faculty honored with communication award


Daniel Kenzie, assistant professor of practice in the School of Pharmacy, and Mary McCall, assistant professor of English, received the Conference on College Composition and Communication’s Technical and Scientific Communication Award for an article published in Technical Communication Quarterly.

The article is titled “Teaching Writing for the Health Professions: Disciplinary Intersections and Pedagogical Practice.”

Kenzie earned his doctorate in English from Purdue University. 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.

McCall earned her doctorate in rhetoric and composition from Purdue University. Her research and teaching focus is rhetoric and composition; professional and technical writing; writing across the curriculum; and women’s, gender and sexuality studies.

The Conference on College Composition and Communication has more than 4,500 members and subscribers and is a constituent organization within the National Council of Teachers of English. The group supports and promotes the teaching and study of composition, rhetoric and communication skills in undergraduate and graduate programs.

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