Publications & Presentations

Linsdell, Jeanne H

Publications & Presentations


  • Linsdell, J., & Anagnos, T. (2011) Motivating Technical Writing through Study of the Environment, Professional Issues in Engineering Ed. and Practice, ASCE, V137, 20-27.
  • “Effective Teaching Techniques for Enhanced Engineering and Business Communication Needed in the Global Workplace.”  2009.
  • Awarded the College of Engineering Faculty Development grant for project titled "Writing Program for Materials Engineering Laboratory Service Courses: Phase 2.” Jan. 2008.
  • March, 2008. Reviewed materials for Technical Communication: A Workplace Approach for Longman, Inc.
  • Acknowledgement credit in Cunningham, William and Mary Ann Cunningham (2008). Principles of Environmental Science: Inquiry and Applications. (4th ed.) McGraw-Hill.
  • Co-author, “Development of a Writing Program for Materials Engineering Service Courses” (2007).  ASEE Annual Conference.

Over 5 years:

·        “Samoa Tomorrow:  Developing a System of Appropriate and Effective Public Administration in American Samoa, the Challenge of Finding a Workable Synthesis Between Native and Western Traditions, Concepts, and Leadership Practices.” US Department of the Interior.

·        “Transplanting Bureaucracy:  What to Do About American Samoa,” San Jose Studies Publication.

·        “The National Park of American Samoa.”  American Samoa Government.

·        “Environmental Challenges of American Samoa.”  American Samoa Government.

·        “An Integration of Disciplines: Technical Writing and Environmental Issues for Engineers,” American Society of Electrical Engineers.

·        “Hazard Control Technologies in Healthcare: Collaborative Strategies for the Next Millennium,” American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists.

·         Plus numerous newspaper articles.


Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools, “Connecting People to Nature through Education.”  Jackson, Wyoming.  February 18 – 24, 2007.

Education Conference, California Public School Personnel Commissioners.  February, 2005, Long Beach, California.

Speaker, “New Approaches in the College of Engineering to Improving Student Writing.”

Educated Person Brown Bag Symposium, SJSU, April 6, 2005.

Speaker, “Issues in Managing a Technical and IT Workforce.”  Audience: 58 County Treasurers and Tax Collectors from throughout California. CACTTC.  January 21, 2004.

CSPCA Conference, Monterey, CA, participant, 2003, 2004

Information Literacy Competency Conference, Standards for Higher Education.  SJSU. 2004.

Speaker.  “Integrating Engineering, the Environment, and Communication Skills into the University Curriculum” Environmental Science Symposium Sedona, AZ.  2003.  Paid by McGraw-Hill.

Speaker.  Department of the Interior, 2003 Investment Development Conference, Washington, DC, September 3 - 9, 2003.  Invited by the DOI and served as a paid consultant for the Government of American Samoa.

Presentations (over 5 years)

Competencies for Success Workshops, SME, NSF, Lockheed Martin

Engineering Education—an Integrative Process, American Society for Engineering Education

National Issues Conferences, Washington, D.C.:  Bridges to Human Dignity/ Fragile Friendship, US Relations / Creative Approaches to Dealing with the Heterogeneous Workforce.

Federal Reserve Bank.  Speaker.  General Session. San Francisco, California.

Head Conference Coordinator and Speaker, Southwest Labor Studies Association National Conference (3-day conference with Caesar Chavez), SJSU.