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Join us January 23-24, 2019 for our annual Carnegie Conference!
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2019 Carnegie Dartlet Conference Schedule

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

5:00—6:00 pm
Pre-conference social co-sponsored by #EMChat
Location: Yacht Club Marina (weather permitting)

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

8:00—8:45 am
Breakfast
8:45—9:00 am
Welcome: Joe Moore, Carnegie Dartlet
9:00—9:45 am
Opening Keynote

David Lewis: The Power Between Your Lips

One of the most important skills to master in life is your ability to communicate. Some of earliest forms of communication began as illustrated stories on the walls of caves to teach others how to survive and prosper. Fast forward 40,000 years and we now know that engagement through storytelling is rooted in our biology. Breakthroughs in neuroscience have helped us understand how the brain works and how you can use the power of storytelling to influence your audiences like never before. Get ready for one of the most engaging presentations you’ve ever attended as you both experience and learn storytelling frameworks and techniques you can incorporate into every sales and marketing initiative.

9:45—10:30 am

Mid-morning session

Details to come.

10:30—10:45 am
Break
10:45—12:15 pm
Sessions
12:15—1:30 pm
Lunch
1:30—4:00 pm
Sessions
4:00—4:25 pm
5 in 25 Breakouts
In 25 minutes we will breakdown 5 must-do marketing tips and takeaways for your target audience.
  • 5 in 25: Traditional Undergrad
  • 5 in 25: Graduate
  • 5 in 25: International
  • 5 in 25: Transfer

6:15 pmMeet at Yacht Club Convention Center at 6:15. Buses will transfer us backstage to dinner at the American Adventure and Dessert Party in Italy at Epcot. Wear your lanyard!

Thursday, January 24, 2019

8:15—9:00 am
Breakfast
9:00—9:45 am
Sessions
9:45—10:30 am

Corey Perlman: Avoid Social Media Overload! 5 Ways to Simplify Your Strategy & Maximize Results!

In this session Corey will share key insights, best practices, and content strategy tips to maximize your social media efforts. The audience can expect to take away:

  • Fish where the fish are: Don’t be a Jack of all social media sites, master of none.
  • Using LinkedIn as a Sales & Prospecting Tool.
  • Facebook and Instagram best practices.
  • Content creation: A simple strategy for creating consistent, compelling content.
  • What to own, what to delegate and what to ignore.
10:30—10:45 am
Break
10:45—11:30 am

Jason Dailey: Social & Mobile

Social media and mobile have become students’ primary means of interacting with the world. The creation of video content is exploding, and people are consuming and sharing an astounding amount of it on mobile. Unsurprisingly, they’re using these platforms to provide news and information, inform everything from their school selection to course choices, and stay connected to the communities that matter most. For professional communicators within higher education, attention to this shift is critical. In this presentation we’ll explore new social trends in higher education, how students consume video on mobile, and best practices for developing content that captures attention.

11:30—12:15 pm
Mid-Morning Session
12:15—1:15 pm
Lunch
1:15—2:00 pm
Sessions

*Schedule subject to change and will be regularly updated. Check back often for most up-to-date information.

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