Would you like to build a media profile and take your research to a global audience?
Find out more about writing for The Conversation and have the chance to pitch your article ideas to one of their editors in an online training session on Thursday 15 September.
The Conversation is a news analysis and opinion website with content written by academics working with professional journalists.
The training session will run by one of The Conversation’s Editors and will take place from 2pm – 3pm over Zoom.
It is open to all BU academics and PhD candidates who are interested in finding out more about working with The Conversation.
Learn how to consider the news potential of your expertise, make your writing accessible and engaging to a diverse range of audiences, and pitch your ideas.
The session will be followed by a limited number of one-to-one slots from 3pm – 4pm where you can chat with the editor about working with The Conversation and share your research and article ideas.
Slots are 15 minutes and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. To request a slot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Why write for The Conversation?
The Conversation is a great way to share research and informed comment on topical issues. Academics work with editors to write pieces, which can then be republished via a creative commons license.
Since we first partnered with The Conversation, articles by BU authors have had over 8.5 million reads and been republished by the likes of The i, Metro, and the Washington Post.