Communicators’ Forum: Events
“TAKING THE 'SHINY' OUT OF SOCIAL”
With Nikki Sunstrum, U-M Director of Social Media
March 13, 2014 • 8–10am • Michigan Union, Rogel Ballroom
We live in a world where everybody wants everyone to “Like” them, but why? With the unprecedented access social media provides us to billions of our most important stakeholders, what steps are we taking to engage, inform and educate
Are we seizing the available opportunity to elevate the perception of our programs, and success of our overall institution? How can we use social to leverage collective audiences, promote a unified message and produce tangible results?.
You'll learn the answers to these questions and more at the March 13 Communicators' Forum. Please join us as Director of Social Media Nikki Sunstrum demystifies social media, shows how we as higher-ed marketers can use the tools to support our work, and talks about U-M's plans for social media moving forward..
Morning refreshments will be served from 8-8:30 a.m. Presentation will start promptly at 8:30 a.m. We hope to see you there!
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Communicators’ Forum presentations are held every other month, usually on the third Thursday of the month. Upcoming meeting dates:
- May 22
- July 24
- Sept 25
Presentations from past events
Did you miss an event? We’ve got you covered. You can now download a PDF of any of this year’s presentations. We’ve also included contact names for fellow communicators, which we hope you’ll take advantage of to connect with and tap into the vast and deep expertise that exists on our campus.
- Mar. 2014 - Taking the 'Shiny' our of Social (PPT, 79.8MB)
- Jan. 2014 - Think Big, Think Global (PDF, 92.8 MB)
- Oct. 2013 - Behind the Campaign Curtain (PPT, 1.11 GB)
- May. 2013 - United We Brand (PDF, 13.5 MB)
- Feb. 2013 – History and Heritage (PDF, 151 MB)
- Nov. 2012 – Managing the News (PDF, 19 MB)
- Oct. 2012 – Making Research Relevant (PDF, 23 MB)
- Sept. 2012 – Looking Back Looking Ahead (PDF, 17 MB)