Lee Liming

 

Lee Liming
Lee Liming is a Technical Communication Manager in the University of Chicago's Globus department. He creates technical documentation of all kinds in support of Globus activities. His writing projects include: scientific case studies, engineering documents and plans, project proposals and reports, and journal articles.

           lliming@uchicago.edu

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