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Virtual Workshops with The Conversation Canada

Virtual Workshops with The Conversation Canada

Interested in being part of The Conversation and finding new ways to promote your research and scholarly activity? The Conversation is an effective international news platform that has helped thousands of researchers worldwide mobilize their research to millions of readers seeking evidence-based, informed news on issues of importance.

On March 9 and 22, Queen’s will virtually welcome Scott White, Editor-in-Chief of The Conversation Canada, and members of his editorial team who will host two online, interactive workshops for faculty, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows to learn how to leverage this platform and develop and test potential article pitches.

Spaces are limited so register today using the links below!

Note: Please register for your workshop using your Queen's or affiliated institutional email address.


Choose your preferred date:

March 9, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

March 22, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

For any questions, please email

Queen's and The Conversation Canada

As a founding member of The Conversation Canada, the Queen’s research community has embraced the platform as a unique tool for sharing their research expertise and engaging with the media. Since 2017, more than 240 Queen’s researchers have published 382 articles that have received an impressive 7.1 million views via The Conversation Canada’s website. Through the platform’s Creative Commons Licensing and newswire access, dozens of major media outlets, have republished these pieces.

Download our Quick Guide to Writing for The Conversation Canada

Workshop presenter

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Scott White, Editor-in-Chief of The Conversation Canada

Scott White is CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Conversation Canada. Previously, he was Editor-in-Chief of The Canadian Press and VP Content Strategy and Business Development at Postmedia. He has an MBA from the Rotman School of Management and is a graduate of the journalism program at Ryerson University.