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Danielle Stambler Wins Hayhoe Fellow Award

August 24, 2020
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Congratulations to Danielle Stambler, winner of IEEE's 2020 Hayhoe Fellow Award. Her paper is titled, "What is 'Eating Right' at Work? User Experience with an Employee Wellness Program."

The Hayhoe Fellow is given to a graduate student who has submitted a conference paper that will be presented at the annual International Professional Communication Conference. The award, named for longtime PCS member George Hayhoe, provides support to the student to defray conference attendance costs. Consideration is given to all graduate-level students who submit a paper, and the selection is based on input from the paper reviewers, the conference program committee, and the conference chair. The Hayhoe Fellow Award was established in 2012 to acknowledge the activities of Dr. George Hayhoe, a longtime PCS member, member of the PCS Advisory Committee, and former president of PCS. Dr. Hayhoe’s contributions to the society are numerous, but his legacy is best represented in supporting the next generation of technical communicators who can benefit from the experience of the IPCC.