Jennifer Boyce Ciroli
Advanced Software Product Design Professional, IBM Software Group
Email: email@example.comJennifer has been working as a writer, information architect, and user advocate in the software industry since 1995. After she completed the MAPW program at CMU, Jennifer was the first technical writer at a small startup software and services company. She later accepted a technical writing position at Transarc (now IBM). where she's tested and documented many different software products, including those in the WebSphere family.
Circulation Marketing Manager, Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThomas F. O'Boyle is a writer, teacher and media executive who has worked in newspaper publishing for more than three decades. A former staff writer, foreign correspondent and editor for The Wall Street Journal, he has worked since 1994 for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as assistant managing editor in the newsroom and, for the last decade, on the paper’s business side. He is currently a senior executive in charge of audience development for print and digital products. In this capacity, he has run many initiatives to broaden the Post-Gazette’s audience reach in emerging digital platforms.
Rachel Mennies Goodmanson, MFA
Email: email@example.comRachel Mennies Goodmanson holds degrees from Boston University and Penn State University. She teaches in the First-Year Writing Program at Carnegie Mellon University, and is the author of The Glad Hand of God Points Backwards, winner of the 2013 Walt McDonald First-Book Prize from Texas Tech University Press.
Jennifer Keating-Miller, Ph.D.
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Research and National Fellowships, Carnegie Mellon University
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgJennifer Keating-Miller joined CMU in 2009 as the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Research and National Fellowships. Administering programs like SURG, SURF, and ISURG and facilitating application processes for nationally competitive fellowships like the Churchill Scholarship and the Rhodes Scholarship, amongst others, she works with students on writing research proposals and personal essays, which she draws from for coursework like “Presenting a Public Self,” the writing component of CMU’s Odyssey Program and other program development.
British and Irish Modernism
Nineteenth Century British and Literary Studies: The New Woman
Presenting a Public Self
Senior Staff Writer, Former Science Editor and Assistant Managing Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Email: email@example.comMark Roth is a senior staff writer at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, specializing in medical and science issues. He has taught science writing at Carnegie Mellon since 2007, and was the newspaper's first science editor in the 1980s.
Lauren Shapiro holds degrees from Brown University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and teaches Creative Writing and Poetry in the Department of English. Her first book, *Easy Math*, won the Kathryn A. Morton Prize and was published by Sarabande Books. In addition to creative writing, Lauren also has experience in the spheres of book editing and publishing and literary translation.
Multimedia Designer, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University; Adjunct Faculty, Carnegie Mellon University School of Design; Adjunct Faculty, Pittburgh Filmmakers
Website: firstname.lastname@example.orgBrian Staszel is an adjunct faculty member in the CMU School of Design and has been the Multimedia Designer for the CMU Robotics Institute since 2002. In addition to shooting and editing narratives on film, he is interested in creating immersive, interactive experiences that blend emerging filmmaking technologies, design, programming and robotics.
Writing for Multimedia
Staff Writer, Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Email: email@example.comSteve is a staff writer for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, covering medical news for the business department. He has previously worked for newspapers in Alaska, Washington and Oregon and he was a member of the Longview, Wash. Daily News staff awarded the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruptions.
Introduction to Journalism & Investigative Journalism Project