Join us at the HKR lecture theatre in the Physical Education Building (PE2001) on Thursday April 21st, for four sessions on the latest tips and tools to help you achieve your marketing and communications goals.
Cold Ocean and Arctic Science, Technology, and Society. And You.
Rob Greenwood, PhD, executive director, Public Engagement and The Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development
Cold Ocean and Arctic Science, Technology, and Society, or COASTS, is a university-wide planning and public engagement exercise to build upon Memorial’s world-class strengths in all things cold and wet by building stronger connections with industry, government, and community partners; coordinating like-minded students, faculty, and staff inside the university; and telling Memorial’s many exciting COASTS stories. Rob Greenwood, Executive Director Public Engagement and the Harris Centre will share the story behind the initiative and provide an update on the exciting things that have happened over the past year and a half.
Using the Gazette to Advance Your Priorities
Meaghan Whelan, manager, digital communications & content management, Division of Marketing and Communications.
Earlier this year the Gazette transitioned from a print publication to a robust online destination. Join us for a discussion of what we’ve learned through this transition and how the Gazette can help you tell your story in today’s digital world.
Developing a Strategic Mindset
Paula Dyke, associate director, communications, Division of Marketing and Communications.
Tom Cooper, PhD, assistant professor, Faculty of Business Administration
This presentation will provide some guidance to help you utilize a strategic mindset in all of aspects of your work.
Putting Strategic Thinking to Practice: Roundtable Discussions
Roll up your sleeves and join us for a collaborative session about putting strategic thinking to practice. You’ll be part of groups assigned critical sections of a marketing and communications plan to figure out how to attract undergraduate students to Memorial. At the end of the session, the groups’ work will be combined into one document for review. Expect to learn the right questions to ask and find out what work needs to be completed to answer them.
Attend as many sessions as you like—it's free.
Live streaming available - instructions below.
No registration is required.
Open to the university community.
Coffee, tea and water in lobby.
Note: Only water is allowed in the lecture theatre. No food or other drinks.
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