Business Writing: Writing Studio Session, Friday October 12th

Business Writing, Taught by Dr. Kay Bunch–12pm Troy Moore Library, 9th floor General Classroom Building– Friday, October 12th

Writing within any discipline requires attention to the genres, conventions, and expectation to that discipline. Business writing, despite its pervasiveness, is certainly no different. This presentation will focus on understanding some of the expectations of business writing as it relates to everyday business communication. Library resources on this topic include the following: The AMA handbook of business documents; The power of writing in organizations; and Business writing in the digital age. The library also has a research guide, Critical Thinking Through Writing for Business, that lists resources by subject area such as Accounting or Marketing.


Dr. Kay Bunch earned a Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from Georgia State University. She also earned a BA and MA in History and a MS in Management from Georgia State. She is the faculty advisor for The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Student Chapter and member of The W. T. Beebe Institute of Personnel and Employment Relations. Her areas of interest include gender, employment law, leadership, and human resource management

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