Social Media for Campus Researchers and Faculty: Friday, April 22

Dear Colleagues:


Last year, University Communications and Public Affairs launched a series of events for faculty, staff and students to learn about using social media effectively and professionally. After the success of our first series, we are pleased to offer this program again for 2016.


Faculty, researchers and graduate students are invited to a free seminar that will address how social media can be a powerful tool for UC San Diego community members to share their work, network with colleagues on campus and around the world, and learn from others in their fields.


Please join us for an interactive discussion about social media:


Social Media for Campus Researchers and Faculty

Friday, April 22, noon-1:30 p.m.

UC San Diego Faculty Club

Register on Eventbrite


The event will feature brief talks by three social media savvy academics: Nora Williams, assistant research scientist at Rady School of Management; Alison “Alie Astrocyte” Caldwell, graduate student in neurosciences; and Clinton Tolley, associate professor of philosophy. Each will share their experiences with social media, from using YouTube for science communication to joining the conversation on Twitter, and the tips and tricks they’ve learned along the way. 

We hope you will join us for this special presentation to help you hone your digital communication skills. As the individuals who research, create and learn here every day, you will see how to tell a compelling story about your research and our institution.


We look forward to your participation.


Clare Kristofco

Associate Chancellor and Chief of Staff



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