As part of its Platform for Life program, the University of Florida granted $1.25 million to launch the Consortium on Trust in Media and Technology, a multidisciplinary initiative that will address the erosion of trust in American institutions, particularly regarding media and technology platforms.
The kick-off symposium, which is open to any UF faculty and staff member and graduate students, will feature presentations and discussion on the crisis in trust and how scholars and practitioners at UF and across the world can address this issue.
Expect deep-dive discussions from experts on topics you want to address, as well as conversations among the incumbent and next generation of newspaper leaders.
Save Wednesday March 13 and Thursday March 14 for the Virtual Human Resources and Management Conference, one and a half days of sessions on critical newspaper HR issues that you attend in your own office.
A joint effort of SCMA and MACMA, the 2019 conference will be one of the largest gatherings of circulation and marketing newspaper executives in the Southeast. This conference offers networking and access to key decision-makers from the top newspaper companies in the U.S.