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Translating Academic Research into Compelling Content

Georgetown Scholarly Communication Workshops

Program Description

Georgetown's Office of Strategic Communications is the central hub for the university's content, media, and digital strategy as well as an in-house creative agency. Part of its mission is to promote Georgetown faculty research and expertise to an array of internal and external audiences. In this workshop, faculty will learn how professionals in the communications office can serve as strategic public relations advisors. Whether it be groundbreaking research in the pipeline, an upcoming book release or deploying expertise in the media, Georgetown's communications team can help you translate academic scholarship and research into compelling content for broad audiences.

Speakers

GU Office of Strategic Communications and Creative Services

  • Meghan Dubyak, AVP for Strategic Communications
  • Rachel Pugh, Senior Director of Strategic Communications
  • Matt Hill, Media Relations Manager
  • McKenzie Stough, Digital Media Associate
  • Nia Hightower, Deputy Director of Editorial Services and Blue & Gray Editor
  • Emma Curran, Director of Video Services
Date(s): 
March 13, 2018
Time: 
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: 
Murray Room, Fifth Floor, Lauinger Library
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