Past Seminars |

You're Earning Coverage But Are You Earning Trust?

Seminar | 17 February 2018


Webinar | 21 May 2018

Seminar Participants:

  • Dominique Brossard | @brossardd

    Professor and Chair, Department of Life Sciences Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Dominique Brossard is professor and chair in the Department of Life Sciences Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her teaching responsibilities include courses in strategic communication theory and research, with a focus on science and risk communication.

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  • Ruth Francis | @Roobina

    Communications Consultant

    Ruth Francis has vast experience in the communications and policy arena; from running highly successful teams at Nature, Springer, BioMed Central and F1000, to coordinating and speaking on panels on subjects including science communication and evidence based policy making. She has written for Nature, and appeared on the Guardian Science podcast.

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  • Euan McKay | @euanmckay

    Project Assistant Professor/Press Officer, University of Tokyo

    Euan McKay is Project Assistant Professor at the University of Tokyo, where he works on the university's communications strategy, supports the university president dealing with foreign media and at English-language events, and occasionally teaches on East Asian history and diversity-related topics.

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  • Nicholas St. Fleur | @SciFleur

    Science reporter, The New York Times

    Nicholas St. Fleur is a science reporter for the New York Times who writes about archaeology, paleontology, space and other types of interesting research, regularly for the desk's Trilobites column.

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  • Brian Lin (Moderator) | @brianlinworks

    Director of Editorial Content Strategy, EurekAlert!

    Brian Lin is director of editorial content strategy at EurekAlert!. He, along with Director of Web Technologies Patrick McGinness, leads a team of 10 at the non-profit news consortium that serves more than 12,000 reporters, 10,000 public information officers, and a growing public audience.

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