About TAC

Traci Nathans-Kelly, Ph.D., and Christine G. Nicometo, M.S., have worked together for over a decade in the fields of technical and engineering communication–teaching undergraduate, graduate, and professional engineers and technical experts in the areas of communication.

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Traci Nathans-Kelly, Ph.D., currently teaches full-time at Cornell University in the Engineering Communications Program. As well, she instructs for the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Engineering Professional Development department, working with the  Masters of Engineering in Professional Practice (MEPP) and Masters of Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES) online graduate programs.  She instructs a variety of topics, including technical communication (graduate and undergraduate), technical presentations (graduate and undergraduate), technical editing, writing user manuals, and other courses.  As a member of IEEE’s Professional Communication Society, she serves as a series editor for the Professional Engineering Communication books and participates at the national level for that organization. She has been active in the Society for Technical Communication (STC) as Senior Member, where she was the Manager for International Technical Communication Special Interest Group, she was a member of the Committee on Global Strategies, and she judged at the international level for the STC Publications contests for scholarly journals, scholarly articles, and information materials.

For Traci’s résumé: http://tracink.com/engineering-communication/

email: tracink (at) technicalartsconsulting.com

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Christine G. Nicometo, M.S., has taught technical communication courses for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus since 2003.  She instructs for the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Engineering Professional Development department, working with the  Masters of Engineering in Professional Practice (MEPP) , the Masters of Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES),  and the Masters of Engineering in Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE) online graduate programs. She received her master’s of science degree in Rhetoric and Technical Communication from Michigan Technological University, where she taught technical communication and English as a Second Language (ESL) courses. She also taught ESL courses at Finlandia University where she was the director of a federal, TRIO, Student Support Services grant. Her interests lie in discovering how technology alters the ways we communicate, learn, and teach. She has directed nationally funded K-12 technology workshops and is currently the director of the New Educator’s Orientation workshop in the College of Engineering at UW-Madison.

For Christine’s résumé:  https://directory.engr.wisc.edu/epd/faculty/nicometo_christine

email:  christine (at) technicalartsconsulting.com

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