March 21 - 23, 2012
Atlanta, Ga., United States
We love the smell of ink, the texture of really great paper, and may see nothing wrong with too much gray on a page. We're editors. And as the role of social media and technology continue to shape our jobs, we're faced with the exciting but daunting challenge of having to recreate ourselves and the work that we do.
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No matter the medium, the fact remains: We get paid to do this. We get paid to observe life, chat with interesting people and tell amazing stories. How lucky we are! We are storytellers, and this job doesn't change whether we're working with words or visuals, paper or pixels. As we started planning this year's forum, we took into account the questions that often pepper our conversations with colleagues and our email inboxes on the CUE listserv. What was immediately obvious is that we're all adapting to this new world of publications.
So we've built a conference that celebrates us as storytellers and illustrates the many different paths for telling our stories. Most of all, we want to inspire and be inspired, to share our success stories and have a forum to exchange anecdotes of the things that we tried that didn't quite work. We want to learn how to do our jobs better. And we want to revel in the fact that we still get paid to do this.
We hope you enjoy this year's conference and leave Atlanta remembering that we have one of the best jobs in the world.
Editor, University of Dayton Magazine
University of Dayton
University of Texas at San Antonio
This conference is suggested for advancement professionals with mid- to senior-level responsibility.
Everyone who helps shape the vision, planning and production of college and university periodicals: their writing, editing, design, printing, audience and purpose.