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Communicating through the Media

In addition to traditional scholarship, Georgetown University faculty communicate through a wide variety of popular channels, including op-eds, television and radio interviews, magazine articles, and social media. In connection with its October 2017 program, Op-Eds, Media Interviews, and Social Media: Faculty Scholarship in the Public Square, the Scholarly Communication Committee has compiled these pages with tips from our panelists and others on how you can most effectively communicate your research and scholarship through popular and social media. Please send comments or additional resources to Meg Oakley, Chair of the Scholarly Communication Committee.

If you are considering using traditional or social media to broaden the reach of your research, a professional headshot is a great way to allow readers to connect you with your online presence. Faculty and staff who need a headshot are invited to attend one of the spring 2018 sessions with Phil Humnicky, University Photographer, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Thursday, March 15
  • Friday, April 6

All sessions are in The President’s Room outside Riggs Library on the third floor of Healy Hall.