- On February 20, I'll be on a panel on social trends for communicators in 2013, organized the the National Capital Chapter of PRSA here in Washington, DC, during Social Media Week. This session is already at a record registration, so sign up soon.
- On March 6, I'm in New York City speaking on innovative uses of Pinterest to communicate science, with examples for journalists, bloggers, job-hunters, science museums, science career promoters, writers promoting books, science outreach organizations, scientific journals and more. The session is presented by Science Writers in New York and takes place at the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and is free to members of either group. This session also will be webcast, and I'll be posting slides to SlideShare, too, so you can have all the links and ideas.
- On April 25 in Denver, I'm speaking to the National Cancer Institute Public Affairs and Marketing Network of communicators for cancer centers around the U.S. on 10 things communicators don't know about experts (and vice versa). I usually summarize my PAN talks in a blog post, so stay tuned for the resources we discuss.
- On May 16, I'll be in London to keynote the spring conference of the UK Speechwriters' Guild and the European Speechwriting Network, and I hope all my UK and European readers will flock to this conference, which is bookended with workshops and skills-building. It's a real thrill to be able to meet with so many of my readers and colleagues across the pond at this special conference.
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