Dr. Sarah Robblee completed her doctoral work at Texas Tech University with a concentration in technical communication and rhetoric. Her dissertation research focused on identifying editing strategies for grant proposals, and her ongoing research interests include technical and professional communication, technical editing, grant writing, and rhetorical studies. Dr. Robblee was awarded both the William Bryan Gates Graduate Award in English at Texas Tech University and the Diane Feldman STC Technical Editing SIG Scholarship in 2015. She currently serves as the copyediting editorial assistant for STC’s journal Technical Communication and teaches courses in business writing, technical writing, rhetorical studies, and research methods and writing.
Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications:
Robblee, S.K. (2016). Editing for effective grant proposals: Results of coding editor comments. Proceedings of the 34th ACM International Conference on the Design of Communication. New York: ACM Press.
Smith, S.K. (2012, May). [Review of the book “The public work of rhetoric: Citizen-scholars and civic engagement” by Ackerman, J.M., and Coogan, D.J.]. Technical Communication, 59(2), 169–170.