School of Communication and Office of the Dean
212 Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Building
200 Stanger Street (0426)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
540-231-2373 | email@example.com
Carlos Evia, a professor in the School of Communication at Virginia Tech, is also associate dean for transdisciplinary initiatives and chief technology officer in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences.
- Technical and Professional Communication
- User Assistance
- Structured Authoring
- Content Strategy
- Workplace Safety Communication
- PhD, Texas Tech University
- MSC, Universidad LaSalle, Mexico City
- LCC, Instituto de Ciencias Sociales de Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
- Lightweight DITA Subcommittee
- Darwin Information Typing Architecture Technical Committee
- Society for Technical Communication
- Virginia Tech Center for Human-Computer Interaction
- Virginia Tech Hispanic/Latino Faculty and Staff Caucus
- 2020 Principles of Community Award for Individual Contribution — Long-Term Award, Virginia Tech, 2020
- Frank R. Smith Award for Distinguished Article in the Journal Technical Communication, May 2017
- Outstanding Faculty Outreach. Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, May, 2011
Creating Intelligent Content with Lightweight DITA. New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2018.
Thatcher B, Evia C (eds.). Outsourcing Technical Communication. Amityville, NY: Baywood, 2008.
“Preparing the Next Generation of Leaders and Innovators in Technical Communication.” Intercom: The Magazine of the Society for Technical Communication. 2018. (coauthored with Rebekka Andersen)
“Structured authoring without XML: Evaluating Lightweight DITA for technical documentation.” Technical Communication. 2016; in press. (co-authored with Michael Priestley)
“Teaching structured authoring and DITA through rhetorical and computational thinking.” IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 2016. (coauthored with Matthew Sharp and Manuel Perez–Quiñones)
“Beyond compliance: participatory translation of safety communication for Latino construction workers.” Journal of Business and Technical Communication. 2012; 26(3): 340-367. (coauthored with Ashley Patriarca)
“Localizing and designing computer-based safety training solutions for Hispanic construction workers.” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. 2011; 137(6): 452-459.
- “Science and Engineering Short Course for Technical Writing.” Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR). Amount awarded: $53,079. Responsibility: 100%. 2015.
- “Developing a Mobile User Assistance and Training Solution for Hispanic Workers.” Virginia Tech Institute for Society, Culture and Environment. Amount awarded: $10,000. 2014-2015
- Co-Principal Investigator, with Joseph Grzywacz, Thomas Arcury, and Sara Quandt (Wake Forest); Thomas Mills (Virginia Tech Building Construction); and Manuel Perez-Quiñones (University of North Carolina at Charlotte). “Micro-processes of Latino Construction Workers' Health: Feasibility of CATS." National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. Amount awarded: $250,000. Responsibility: 40% of the Virginia Tech contract. 2009-2012.
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