How to Capture the Public’s Attention to Get the Results You Want

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Date(s) - April 12, 2017
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Longs Peak Room, Lory Student Center

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CLA faculty, department chairs/heads, directors, and graduate students:

You are cordially invited to the following CLA-sponsored, scholarship-focused, brown bag event of the Spring semester: “How to Capture the Public’s Attention to Get the Results You Want.”

There is a lot of “noise” out there. How do you cut through it all to better communicate with journalists, potential funders, policy makers, prospective students (and their parents), stakeholders, the general public, future employers, administrators…?  This event is designed to better prepare you to do this!

Please join me and the following facilitators: Beth Etter (Interim Communications Director, College of Liberal Arts), Michael Humphrey (Ph.D. Candidate in Journalism & Media Communications and Contributor for Forbes Tech), Dr. Marilee Long (Professor, Department of Journalism & Media Communications), Jeff Dodge (Communications Coordinator, Division of External Relations), and Dr. Constance DeVereaux (Director, LEAP Institute for the Arts).

When and where: Wednesday, April 12, 2017, at the Lory Student Center – Longs Peak Room 302, from Noon – 1:00 p.m.  The event will involve a short panel discussion followed by two exercises.

Looking forward to seeing many of you there.


Michael S. Carolan, PhD
Associate Dean for Research, College of Liberal Arts
Professor, Department of Sociology