Getting Published - A Working Guide
Date/Time: Monday, April 15, 2013, 12-1 pm CDT
Presenter: Michael Holloway
Content: People publish for several reasons: to show the world a great idea, to gain notoriety, to gain a competitive edge or to build a reputation and some even publish for money. Unfortunately, great work is done and it is never shared. If work was never published then progress would screech to a halt. Your work can be shared safely and effectively and surprisingly very easily. This seminar examines and guides the seasoned writer or the 'never-been-published' through a process by which work can be presented to journals, magazines and even book publishers with success. Learn from the author of several books and dozens of white papers and articles on just how to effectively get your work published.
Biography: Michael Holloway of Highland Village Texas has 25 years of industrial experience; Olin Chemical, WR Grace, Parker-Hannifin, Rohm & Haas Electronic Chemicals, General Electric Plastics, Graco Pump and most currently as director of reliability and technical development for NCH Corporation.
Through the course of his career, Holloway has been involved in material research and development, manufacturing, quality, technical marketing, sales and training customers and associates. He is a patent holder, authored numerous papers and articles as well as presenting novel concepts and case studies at national conferences. He has served as a contributing writer for Manufacturing.net, ASSEMBLY magazine, PlantServices magazine, Render magazine, Plant Engineering magazine and Lubrication and Fluid Power magazine.
Holloway is a Six Sigma master black belt, A Certified Lubrication Specialist through STLE, served as an adjunct professor at the University of North Texas, and was managing editor for Porsche Club of America’s Slipstream. A member of the National Honor Society Sigma Phi Sigma, he holds a BA in philosophy and a BS in chemistry from Salve Regina University, an MS in engineering from the University of Massachusetts and a doctoral candidate at the University of Connecticut.
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