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Do you want to share your expertise with readers world-wide?

Writing for The Conversation has the potential to introduce your research and expertise to a wide range of readers and media consumers.

7 million readers have read content from Bangor University staff and research students, already, and one of the UK The Conversation editors will be visiting Bangor University on 11-12 July.

We will be hosting one of The Conversation UK Editors who will run an interactive workshop: Writing for the Conversation at 2.00 on Thursday 11 July in Neuadd Alun 1.06, Management Centre.

As well as introducing you to The Conversation, the events will give you insights into preparing articles for the media and how best to present your work to engage with the media and a wider readership.

The programme will include drop in surgeries with the Editor. This will enable you to share your current research interests with The Conversation, in case the topics are of interest, or to discuss any article proposals you may have.

To secure your place on a training session: Writing for the Conversation please contact press@bangor.ac.uk 

To book a 20 minute appointment with the Editor, please e mail press@bangor.ac.uk with a few sentences about the topic of your discussion and you availability.

I would suggest that you register to receive The Conversation’s daily newsletter, if you have not already done so, so that you are familiar with the site.  Scroll down to the bottom right of the home page and enter your e mail to subscribe.

Please note that The Conversation events are relevant to postgraduate research students and academic and research staff at Bangor University.

Publication date: 28 June 2019