Artificial Infrastructures Margo Katherine Wilke Undergraduate Research Internship Program Spring 2024 Closed Professional Writing, Rhetoric, AI, I am writing a book about Artificial Intelligence in Professional & Technical Writing and need an intern to support research, writing, and revision. Excellent opportunity to move work from draft to submission. Social media skills desirable. Contract is with an open access publisher: student will learn about different publishing agreements and intellectual property rights. Michael J Salvo Michael J Salvo Research, revision, copy editing, and regular (weekly) meetings to discuss progress. Fall semester focus will be on creating the manuscript. If appropriate, the student may apply for spring where focus will shift to promotion of the work in various social media environments. For students returning next year, opportunity to continue or transition to mentor role through Dammon Dean's program. "Automated Infrastructures" (by the authors)

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Junior or senior in professional writing (or closely allied interest). Experience with artificial intelligence and/or social media a plus. Interest in the emerging workplace certainly a bonus. Excellent writing & editing. Please note: The Margo Katherine Wilke Undergraduate Research Internship (Wilke) program is designed to support Purdue College of Liberal Arts undergraduates. As a result, students without a CLA major or minor may not be considered for this program. 0 8 (estimated)

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