Speaker information

Speaker information: what we need from you.

First of all, congratulations on being chosen to be part of our monthly public lecture series! In order to promote and introduce your lecture, we’ll need some information from you.

As soon as possible, please send us:

  1. Your name and professional/career title. This is how we’ll introduce you.
    Examples: Dr. John Doe; John Doe, Professor of Everthing; etc.
  2. The title of your topic. Something catchy is ideal.
    Examples: The Role of Canada in the United Nations; When Worlds Collide: The Effect on the Environment; etc.
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  4. A short, one paragraph overview of your lecture. Summarize the key points that you’ll be making in your lecture. Tell us what we need to know.
    Examples: please see past lectures at http://edmonton.unac.org/category/meeting-notices/.
  5. A short one paragraph bio about yourself. Tell us about yourself.
    Examples: please see past lectures at http://edmonton.unac.org/category/meeting-notices/.
  6. A photo or illustration that we can use on our website and our newsletter. Something topical is preferred, but a portrait of you or your group is okay too. Please ensure that the imagine is yours, is in the public domain, or that we have permission from the photographer or artist to use it. Ideally the image will be sized to 960 pixels wide by 295 pixels tall. If you don’t know how to do that, just send us what you have.
    Examples: please see past lectures at http://edmonton.unac.org/category/meeting-notices/.

Please send these details to the person who contacted you to confirm your lecture or email [email protected].

Thank you!