Sam Dragga, Editor, Technical Communication, recently shared the good news: two articles published in the journal received CCCC awards.
“All Vietnamese Men Are Brothers: Rhetorical Strategies and Community Engagement Practices Used to Support Victims of Agent Orange” by Rebecca Walton and Sara Beth Hopton in the August 2018 issue of Technical Communication (65.3: pp 309-325) is the winner of the 2020 CCCC Award for Best Article Reporting Qualitative or Quantitative Research in Technical or Scientific Communication.
“Technologies of Disenfranchisement: Literacy Tests and Black Voters in the US from 1890 to 1965” by Natasha N. Jones and Miriam F. Williams in the November 2018 issue of Technical Communication (65.4: pp 371-386) is the winner of the 2020 CCCC Award for Best Article Reporting Historical Research or Textual Studies in Technical and Scientific Communication. This article was published in the special issue on election technologies guest edited by Godwin Agboka and Isidore Dorpenyo.
Awards will be given on Friday, March 27, at the 2020 Convention of CCCC (College Composition and Communication) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Congratulations to the authors!