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Scholarly Works

Thomas Moran
Professor

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Moran, Tom. "Cause and Effect." Rind Literary Journal 5. (2014): 39-43. Web. *

Moran, Tom. "Leaving Venice." Switchback 10. 19 (2014): Non-fiction. Web. *

Moran, Tom. "Breathing." Stone Canoe: A Journal of Arts, Literature and Social Commentary 8. (2014): 237-240. Print. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Moran, Tom. "Introducing Micronesian Stick Charts as Models of Visual Technical Communication." Proceedings of the International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC) 2014, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, October 13-15, 2014. Ed. Peter Weiss. Pittsburgh, PA: IEEE Professional Communication Society, Web. «

2013 Submissions

Journal Paper

Moran, Tom. "On the Third Day." Brevity 41. January (2013): 1. Web. *

Moran, Tom. "Upstairs on Hennepin: Tom Sewell and the Bottega Gallery." Minnesota History: The Quarterly of the Minnesota Historical Society 63. No. 7 Fall (2013): 268-280. Print. *

Book Chapter

Moran, Tom. "High Falls." Rochester Rewritten: Rochester in the Alternative. Rochester, NY: R-SPEC Press, 2013. 104-112. Print. *

2012 Submissions

Journal Paper

Moran, Tom. "Pointing Toward the Moon: An Engineer's Path." Stone Canoe No. 6. (2012): 312-316. Print. *

Moran, Tom. "A Million Bucks." Cooweescoowee. (2012): 14-17. Print. *

Book Chapter

Moran, Tom. "The End Products of Engineering Writing - Volume 3." Writing for Success: An Engineer's Guide. Washington, District of Columbia: IEEE-USA, 2012. 1-35. Web. *

Moran, Tom. "Writing for Life - Volume 4." Writing for Success: An Engineer's Guide. Washington, District of Columbia: IEEE-USA, 2012. 1-27. Web. *

Published Conference Proceedings

Moran, Tom. "Placards and Hazard Alerts: Adding Visual Communication to an Environmental Communication Class." Proceedings of the International Professional Communication Conference, University of Central Florida, October 8-10, 2012. Ed. Richard House. Orlando, Florida: IEEE, Web. *

2011 Submissions

Book Chapter

Moran, Tom. "Designing for Success." Volume 1 - Writing for Success: An Engineer's Guide. Washington, D.C.: IEEE-USA, 2011. 4-28. Web. *

Moran, Tom. "Volume 2 - The Road to Excellence." Writing for Success: An Engineer's Guide. Washington, D.C.: IEEE-USA, 2011. 4-28. Web. *

Moran, Tom. "Will the Real Ken Kesey Please Steal Something." Stone Canoe: A Journal of Arts, Literature and Social Commentary. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, 2011. 229-232. Print. *

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

Moran, Tom and Michelle Firnstein. "The Good Class and the Not So Good Class." Faculty Institute on Teaching and Learning. The Wallace Center. RIT, Rochester, NY. 25 May 2011. Conference Presentation. £