We’re incredibly grateful to everyone who contributed to make our inaugural Greenlee Summit a success. Our event, which brought together the regional media community to talk about industry best practices, reached a sold-out, capacity crowd. We’ve already started planning an even larger gathering for 2019, which will focus on media civility. Mark your calendars for Sept. 5-6, 2019!
Greenlee Summit: Trending Strategies for Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations
Iowa State University’s Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication is hosting its inaugural industry summit on April 6, 2018 at the ISU Alumni Center. The daylong event is designed to address the extraordinary changes occurring in the fields of journalism, advertising and public relations. The summit will explore the latest industry trends through an interdisciplinary approach, bringing together industry leaders and practitioners with the latest academic research.
Network & Learn
Join more than 200 professionals from media, news, public relations and advertising.
Our April 6, 2018 program will feature industry experts discussing:
- Storytelling and capturing the attention of elusive media audiences
- Protecting credibility in the era of fake news and alternative facts
- Facebook’s role as a dominant player in driving digital readers and viewers
- Embracing digital advertising with the rise of new digital habits by consumers
Designing for change: How to be fast and fearless when you can’t predict what’s next
Join The New York Times’ Kellen Henry, assistant editor for digital platforms, as she discusses change management and shares strategies for problem solving and innovation that are applicable to organizations regardless of size/resources and can be applied both at the top of an organization and by entrepreneurs on smaller teams and projects.
Perspective from key thoughts leaders on the future of advertising, journalism and public relations.
Location and Parking
Parking is available in the Iowa State Center parking lot east of the ISU Alumni Center in Lot A2 (zoom in one level on the map provided). Handicap-accessible parking spots are available on both the east and west sides of the ISU Alumni Center.
Questions? Contact Jan Lauren Boyles, assistant professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication.