Dr. Craig Baehr

Dr. Craig Baehr

CPTC Chief Examiner

Craig Baehr, Ph.D., is an STC Fellow, accredited professional trainer, instructional designer, and published author with more than 25 years of technical communication experience.  He serves as Immediate Past President on the STC Board of Directors, Chief Examiner of the Certified Professional Technical Communicator Program, Chair of the Certification Committee, and Board Liaison for the Education Committee. Dr. Baehr is author of three books, Web Development: A Visual-Spatial Approach, Writing for the Internet: A Guide to Real Communication in Virtual Space, and The Agile Communicator: Principles and Practices in Technical Communication. He also serves as Associate Editor on the editorial board of IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication.  He has worked in both academia as Professor and Graduate Director of Technical Communication at Texas Tech University and in industry as Technical Writer/Editor, Web developer, and program director for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.



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