The NUAS Communication Conference social program will be a time for delegates to catch up with old friends and meet new ones in a relaxed atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of the conference sessions.
- ABBA the museum
- Old Town walk
- Boat tour under the bridges of Stockholm
- Sven Harry’s Art Museum and Home
Newcomers Club is aimed at participants who have never been at a NUAS conference before. In Newcomers Club we will help you make your first contacts and provide tips on how to use the conference to build up a network of contacts. Register for Newcomers Club when registering for the conference.
The official conference opening is held at Aula Medica. We will provide food, drinks and some light entertainment. Also, feel free to take a tour around Aula Medica designed by Gert Wingårdh.
In conjunction with the keynote ‘I do not do research communication!’ there will be a unique opportunity to discuss research communication with Hans Rosling. Professor Carl Johan Sundberg will start off the discussion following Rosling’s speech, the audience are encouraged to take part in the discussion. Former news anchor Katja Kannonlahti will moderate.
Choose from six concurrent seminars and workshops:
- Are we legal online?
- Corporate Visual Identity – practical and strategic considerations
- Help me help you – relationship-building among researchers and university communicators to create a winning PR strategy
- Using social media to engage prospective and current students
- How to allocate your digital marketing budget – a workshop dedicated to digital strategy and digital marketing
- Management expectations of communication
Concurrent “Circus” sessions are events where about 20 parallel sessions of no more than 30 minutes are repeated three times. Learn more about the session format.
Choose from the following concurrent circus sessions (updated continuously):
- Back to the Future
- Bringing teaching and dissemination into the digital age
- CommHERE – Science communication within a European collaboration
- Communication on the edge of the world!
- Experiences of designing an internal communication system at Lund University Library
- Helsinki Challenge – what is the challenge you would like to solve?
- Historien banar väg för framtiden: att rekrytera fler kvinnor till KTH
- How do you get scientists to engage with the media?
- How to get people to use a common visual identity – flexibility vs police work
- Hur kan universitet och science centers samverka med forskningskommunikation?
- Nettsider for ansatte – hvordan få til effektiv relansering?
- Omvärldskommunikation och samverkan – att ordna ett hackaton tillsammans med 19 andra myndigheter
- Program for fremragende forskningsformidling
- Scholars at risk – advocacy for academic freedom
- SciLifeLab – communicating a scientific center
- Students communicating to students – “what is it like to be a student at CBS?”
- Success through science media – “Treasure of the Future”
- The Owl takes off at the University of Iceland – implementing an intra-web for employees
- UiO på Facebook – planmessig arbeid i krysspress
- Understanding university rankings and communication with external stakeholders
- Using search to break up information silos and create order out of chaos
Solliden restaurant at Skansen will provide the setting for the conference gala dinner.
Dress code: Smart Casual
Concurrent “Peer-to-peer” sessions are events where parallel discussions in a round table format take place. Learn more about the session format.
Choose from the following concurrent peer-to-peer sessions:
- Opportunities and challenges when working with digital communication
- Forskningskommunikasjon ur tre innfallsvinkler – formidlingskultur, spredning og effekt
- Where does a university begin and where does it end? – How to manage co-branding with partners and other stakeholders
- Internal communication – empowering the leader
- Marketing campaigns
- I prefer to set up my own discussion group