You don’t want to miss this month’s Engagement@Manchester session where explore the topic “Engaging with the Media“. We hear from academics who have recently featured in the media on a range of topics from Ebola to Papyrus and we find out how the University press office can help you to engage with a range of media channels more successfully.
15 October 2014, 1 – 2pm, Manchester Museum, Kanaris Theatre
Our speakers include:
- Dr Sheena Cruickshank, Lecturer In Immunology – currently featured in the media to discuss the very hot topic of the Ebola virus (Twitter: @sheencr and @MancImmunoGroup and Website: http://www.mig.ls.manchester.ac.uk
- Dr Roberta Mazza, Lecturer in Classics and Ancient History – most recently featured in the media to discuss a 1,500 year old papyrus fragment found in John Rylands Library (Twitter: @papyrologyatman and Blog: http://facesandvoices.wordpress.com)
- Morwenna Grills – Media Relations Officer at The University of Manchester (Twitter: @MorwennaGrills)
Everyone is welcome – no experience in engagement activities needed! Free, drop-in, bring your lunch.
And if you missed out on previous events, you can catch on the resources and talks here:
We hope to see you there.