Annual Symposium on Communication and Communication-Intensive Instruction
Since 2000, our Annual Symposium on Communication and Communication-Intensive Instruction has brought together leading educators and business professionals from around the country for a conversation on fostering effective speaking and writing in the classroom and the workplace. The Symposium is an intensive, all-day invitation-only event that emphasizes dialogue, collaboration, and collective problem solving. Past featured speakers have included: professor and author, Clay Shirky; Jeff Jarvis, blogger at Buzzmachine, and author of What Would Google Do?; Peter Elbow, Professor University of Massachusetts, Amherst and author, Writing With Power; William F. Baker, lecturer, former CEO of New York’s WNET-TV (Channel Thirteen); Richard Lederer, humorist, author of Anguished English; Esther Dyson, founder, EDVenture Holdings; Alan Webber, founding editor of Fast Company magazine; Steve Kerr, former Chief Learning Officer at Goldman Sachs; Grant McCracken, the author of Chief Culture Officer; and Laura Fitton, author of Twitter for Dummies.
The 13th Annual Symposium is scheduled for Friday, May 31, 2013. For more information, please visit the Symposium site.
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Selected photos from 2012 Symposium.