Our friends at The Conversation US will be on hand to work with faculty members interested in writing for the publication.
Our colleagues have written more than 281 articles (https://theconversation.com/institutions/university-of-florida-1392) for the publication.
The Conversation US arose out of deep-seated concerns for the fading quality of our public discourse – and recognition of the vital role that academic experts can play in the public arena.
Independent and not-for-profit, it is part of a global network of newsrooms first launched in Australia in 2011. The Conversation began its US operations in 2014, and now also publishes in Canada, the UK, France, Indonesia, Africa, Spain as well as Australia.
- The publications editor will be on hand to work with UF faculty
- Learn about what The Conversation seeks in article submissions
- Help start to craft your own potential submissions to the organization
Speakers & Panelists
Beth Daley is the editor and general manager of The Conversation US, an independent, nonprofit media organization dedicated to authenticated explanatory journalism and high-quality public discourse. Daley spent more than two decades at the Boston Globe, leading coverage on the environment for 13 years and also covering education, space and general news. A Pulitzer Prize finalist for her climate reporting, Daley focused on the business side of nonprofit journalism while attending Stanford University as a John S. Knight Journalism Fellow in 2011-12. She left the Globe in 2013 to work at the New England Center for Investigative Reporting as a reporter, director of partnerships and senior trainer.