Academic Researchers as Journalists - New Voices
The Conversation US provides academic researchers, a new channel to share their knowledge directly with readers. Whether liberal, conservative or agnostic, scholars can now contribute to the national debate and narrative using an unbiased platform - and reach far beyond the classroom or traditional academic journals. Collaborating with The Conversation's journalist editors, researchers can inform the public with evidence-based content distributed widely through the AP or other media outlets.
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- Explore the potential for content based upon academic expertise to change the media landscape.
- Identify how higher education can benefit from researchers collaborating with journalists to inform the general public.
- Understand how researchers doing journalism can change the way academics think about the potential impact of their research.
- Bruce Wilson, Executive Director and Co-CEO, The Conversation US
- Daina Ramey Berry, PH.D., Associate Professor of History and African and African Diaspora Studies and the Oliver H. Radkey Regents Fellow in History , University of Texas at Austin
- Amy Schalet, , Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Public Engagement Project, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Greg Boustead, Program Director of Science Sandbox in the Education and Outreach Division, Simons Foundation
Bruce Wilson, Exec Dir & Co-CEO, The Conversation US
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