Come find out how you can share your research and expertise with a public audience through The Conversation by meeting the publication’s Deputy Editor and Chief of Staff Charis Palmer in Brisbane on Thursday 22 March.
Morning: 10am – 11am at The Leadership Centre, Level 3, 229 Elizabeth St, Brisbane CBD or
Afternoon: 3pm to 4pm at Banyo campus, Room 232.G.03
The one-hour session aims to answer all your questions, offer advice about how to get your research published in The Conversation, and share how The Conversation influences today’s rapid news cycle.
It will be an opportunity to listen to case studies about how articles have led to book deals so bring your article ideas and get feedback on how to ‘pitch’.
The Conversation is an independent source of news and views, sourced from the academic and research community and delivered direct to the public. The Conversation's professional editors work with university, CSIRO and research institute experts to unlock their knowledge for use by the wider public.
Since its launch in March 2011, The Conversation has grown to become one of Australia’s largest independent news and commentary sites with a 35 million reader reach including via republication in other media. Around 35 per cent of readers are from outside Australia.
Find out how to join a growing community of more than 63,200 academics and researchers from 2,264 institutions.