20 Tavistock Square
The prevalence of social media is blurring lines between the public and private spheres. This presents a great opportunity for universities to engage students on a more personal level than ever before, while an increasingly rapacious news cycle and distrustful political atmosphere are creating a challenging environment for universities to make their case to the public.
This conference will be useful for staff who have responsibility for or play a part in the communications and marketing strategy of their organisation. All with an interest in this topic may attend, but relevant job titles include:
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Amanda Broderick, Vice-Chancellor, University of East London - invited
Tiffany St James, former Head of Public Participation for the UK Government and Executive Director of the British Interactive Media Association - invited
Michael Thompson, Deputy Director of Communication, Universities UK
Fiona Samson, GREAT Britain Campaign Director, Education & Society, British Council
Maya Frost, Digital Manager, Education & Society, British Council
Speaker from IDP Connect
Charlotte Urwin, Head of Standards, IPSO
Tamsin Starr, Head of News, Cambridge University
Louella Houldcroft, Senior Communications Manager, Newcastle University
Rachael Tyler, Engagement & Campaign Manager, University of Southampton – invited
Nicola Marsh, Associate Director, Social and political research, ComRes
Panel including journalists, marketing specialists and student representatives.