Intelligent Hospital Awards: Pioneers Recognized,, April 2013.

The Sun, the World, and RFID,” Foreign Service Journal, December 2005, pp.29-35

Reflecting tomorrow’s highways today: RF backscatter reflection in AVI systems,” by Anne Tip & Loek d’Hont, Traffic Technology International ’96

Follow the Wave(Length): Comparing the 915 MHz and the 5.8 GHz AVI Systems,” by David Newman & Bernard Barink, Traffic Technology International June/July ’96

On the Way to Becoming the Standard for Automatic Retail Fueling,” TIRIS News, 1998


Foundation Grant Supports Supercomputing Exhibit,” The Institute online, May 24 2011


Six Sigma success helps Electro and Communications Business navigate today’s difficult market conditions,” 3m Stemwinder, Oct 15-28, 2002

“Employee Benefits and Your Company’s Future,” by Emily Sopensky and Anne Hebert, Austin Software Leader, 2Q99, pp. 18-19

“Handing Over the Reins,” Austin Software Leader, 3Q98, p. 10

Executive Interview: Robin Curle, Austin Software Leader, 1Q00

Executive Interview: David Sikora, CEO Ventix, Austin Software Leader, 4Q98

Executive Interview: Jay Valentine, CEO Infoglide, Austin Software Leader, 2Q99

Executive Interview: Ed Jones, Austin Software Leader, 3Q98

Executive Interview: Ed Taylor, CEO, Collective Technologies, Austin Software Leader, 1Q98

Executive Interview: Steve Papermaster, Austin Software Leader, 4Q97

Executive Interview: Becky Taylor, Austin Software Leader, 2Q98


Gold in Them Thar Hills (The Leader 3Q00, ASC, pp. 1, 26)


“Executive Interview: Robin Curle, CEO, Journee Software,” Austin Software Leader, 1q00, p. 9,12

“Executive Interview: Jeff Smith, NCSD/IBM-Austin,” Austin Software Leader, 4Q99, p. 8, 26

“Thin Clients and the Small Business Market,”  by Emily Sopensky and Nancy Humphries, Austin Software Leader, 3Q99, p. 24

“Executive Interview: Jay Valentine, CEO, Infoglide,” Austin Software Leader, 2Q99, p.4

“Executive Interview: David Sikora, President and CEO, Ventix,” Austin Software Leader, 4Q98, p.3

“Executive Interview: Ed Jones, President, Export Management Services, Inc.,” Austin Software Leader, 3Q98, p.3

“Texas Software Symposium Focuses on Hyper Growth,” Austin Software Leader, 3Q98, p.1

Executive Interview: An Interview with ASC Chair Becky Taylor,” Austin Software Leader, 2Q98, p.4

“New Leadership Takes ASC to Third Growth Stage,” Austin Software Leader, 1Q98, p.1

“Executive Interview: Ed Taylor of Collective Technologies,” Austin Software Leader, 1Q98, p.3

“Executive Interview: Steve Papermaster of BSG, Inc.,” Austin Software Leader, 4Q97, p.3


“Racing great selects 3M technology,” 3m Stemwinder, Oct 15-28, 2002, p. 12. Six Sigma Terms

Technical Writing

Success-Full Stories,” IEEE Professional Communication Society Newsletter, January/February 2000, v.44, no. 1, pp. 19-20

A Roundtable Discussion: Judges Talk About STC Competitions,” Intercom, Society of Technical Communication, July 1997, pp. 29-30

“Putting Structure into Ambiguity,” Intercom, Society of Technical Communication, March/April 1997, pp. 13-15

IEEE ITSC’97 Report: A Grass-Roots Epiphany  IEEE PCS Newsletter, March/April,, pp.13-15

Thriving in Ambiguity,” Intercom, Society of Technical Communication, April 1996, pp.21-22

“Thriving in Ambiguity,” Panel:Emily  Sopensky, Sally J. Derrick, Patricia Gabella, Robert G. Hurst, and Krysti Ray, 43rd STC Annual Proceedings/Management, 1996,  p. 70

“Measuring Value Added: Rationale and Approaches,” Panel: Elinor L. Knodel, Sandra M. Gallagher, Judith Leetham, Theresa Marchwinski, Amy E. Smith, and Emily A. Sopensky, 43rd STC Annual Proceedings/Management, 1996,  pp. 243-245

“Survival Skills for Communicators within Organizations,” with Laurie Modrey, Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 1995. 103-115. Cited: English 292, Fall 1997, course reading list; Citing Electronic References.( Curtain University of Technology, Sarawak, Malaysia. Library of Information Services)

Rules of the Game—Contract Consulting and Negotiating Skills,” Laurie Modrey and Emily Sopensky, STC Proceedings: 42nd Annual Conference, 1995, pp 223-226.

The Skill and Art of Collaboration,” Technical Communication, 4th Qtr, 1994. (Cite: Editing Documents Collaboratively, Harcourt, Inc., 2001)

Negotiating Skills for Technical Communicators,” STC Proceedings: 41st Annual Conference, 1994, pp. 223-226

Cliffnotes to Keep You  From Cliffhanging,” Laurie Modrey and Emily Sopensky, STC Proceedings: 41st Annual Conference,  1994 pp. 152-154

Negotiating Tactics and Tips for Technical Communicators,” Laurie Modrey and Emily Sopensky, STC Proceedings Region 7,  October 20-22 1994, pp. 117-121

What the Gypsies Can Teach Us: Effective Collaboration,” Emily Sopensky and Laurie Modrey, Proceedings, 1993

“Tackling Pteradactyls and TRexes: Reengineering Corporate Communications,”  STC Proceedings Region 7, November 12-13 1993, pp. 172-179

“A Manager’s Toolkit for Hiring the Right Writer—Or How to Avoid Throwing a Wrench into the Works,”  Emily Sopensky and Laurie Modrey, STC Proceedings 40th Annual Conference; Dallas, TX October 1993, p. 519

“Tools  to Help the Manager Hire the Right Writer,” Laurie Modrey and Emily Sopensky, STC Proceedings: Quality in Today’s Economy; 6th Annual Conference, American River College, Sacramento, Calif. 1993, pp 33-37

“Collaboration: The Act of Swimming for Survival,” Laurie Modrey and
Emily Sopensky, Spectrum ’93 Proceedings, p.59. 34th Annual Seminar of the Society for Technical Communication, Rochester Chapter, March 25 and 26, 1993

“Job Seeking Strategies for Technical Writers,” Laurie Modrey and Emily Sopensky, STC Proceedings 1992 Region 5 Conference, pp.3-5