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Deborah's psychology studies had a general focus based on a more scientific basis vs. a clinical point of view. At the time, she was interested in pursuing a medical degree and specializing in psychiatry. The fields of psychology and psychiatry are still important to Deborah as interests.
Deborah's MFA studies concentrated on creative nonfiction. Her thesis was a childhood memoir growing up in America as an immigrant's daughter. Her writing focused on memoir and the personal essay. She also found a penchant for poetry during her studies.
Deborah's expertise and experience stems from blog posts for a variety of law firms on numerous topics. Either you can give her a topic and/or outline, or she can research a topic and compose an article.
While Deborah was at UCF as a technical writer, she wrote about not only high-tech scientific breakthroughs, but she also wrote about the business side of licensing UCF technologies. For example, she authored a blog series that introduced the licensing process to both researchers and potential industry partners.
Deborah performed marketing and promotional work as both a grant writer who wrote corporate sponsorship packages as well as a technical writer who wrote blog posts and articles to promote UCF technologies and researchers.
Most of Deborah's writing expertise is in the sciences and in engineering. She is excellent at taking complex ideas and simplifying them for a general audience.
Deborah wrote for the UCF Office of Technology Transfer's blog, Patent Trending, which mainly promotes cutting-edge inventions available for licensing.
Deborah has provided web copy and content for a number of non-profits. Her current experience has been for a biking and travel website--1000+ words. Deborah's keen research skills, as well as her prowess for succinctness, give an additional boost to her web page creation expertise.
Deborah wrote grant proposals for a variety of non-profit companies and agencies, mainly those who were just starting out in their ventures.
Deborah interviewed and profiled student researchers, scientists, and engineers for a monthly feature on the UCF Office of Technology Transfer's website.
Product descriptions are what Deborah has done, in essence, as she has described inventions that were available for licensing at a research university. She has provided copy for a coffee tumbler as well as for external batteries. Whatever the product, Deborah can get to the heart of the value proposition through her succinct yet detailed descriptions.