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Workshop Series - Spring 2018

The Georgetown University Scholarly Communication Committee hosts a variety of events throughout the academic year. Our Spring 2018 workshops highlighted information you need to translate your research into compelling content for traditional and social media. For more information, contact Meg Oakley, Chair, Scholarly Communication Committee.

For more tips, visit our Communicating through the Media pages.

Tuesday, March 13
Translating Academic Research Into Compelling Content

GU Office of Strategic Communications and Creative Services
Summary & Slides (GU NetID required)

Wednesday, March 14
Explaining Your Work to a Broader Audience
Vanessa Lide
, Associate Editor for The Monkey Cage, and Case Studies Editor at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
Summary & Slides

Tuesday, March 27
Expanding Your Research Beyond Academe

Erik Zack, Director, University Relations, The Conversation
Summary, Slides & Information Sheet

Wednesday, March 28
Selling Your Research Narrative
Jeanine Turner
, Associate Professor, Communication, Culture and Technology Program, and Affiliate Professor, McDonough School of Business
Summary and Slides (GU NetID required)

Wednesday, April 11
Marcia Chatelain
, Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor of History and African American Studies
Nikoo Yahyazedeh, Multimedia Specialist, Gelardin New Media Center
Video of the workshop
Read more about podcasting

Wednesday, April 18
Buzz Your Book

Carole Sargent, Director, Scholarly Publications
Video of the workshop
Read more about promoting your book