COVID Comms Webinar: Register Now

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Join our webinar on Thursday the 23rd April at 3pm when Higher Education industry experts will discuss university communications in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The webinar will focus on these key areas:

- Internal communications and crisis management; What are the challenges for communicators? What are the Processes that should be put in place?

- How comms teams are promoting the role of universities in supporting society

- The reputational benefits of communicating their university's research on COVID-19

We'd also like to hear from you. 

Is there something you would like our experts to discuss? Or any burning questions surrounding how universities are managing the pandemic? Then let us know. Simply register and submit your question on our form.

Alternatively, you can tweet us @World100 using the hashtag #W100Webinar or message us on LinkedIn. 

About our speakers: 


Andrea Farquhar

Andrea leads a team at McMaster that is responsible for strategic reputational management, marketing, and media relations, digital media communications, fundraising communications, and the alumni magazine, government and community relations, and internal communications. Her early career was in media, where she was a reporter and newsreader.


Mark Sudbury

Mark is W100's Head of Global Network Development. He led communications and marketing activity at University College London (UCL) for nearly 10 years, helping to build reputation and establish it as a global brand. He has presented at conferences around the world on university reputation, communications, and marketing. He has also played key roles in the networks of Communications Directors at the League of European Research Universities (LERU) and the Russell Group.

Earlier in his career, Mark worked for the UK government where he managed communications around legislation which led to a ban on smoking in public places. He was Head of Public Affairs at the Football Association, the governing body for soccer in England, and started his career at the University of Sussex.

*We have been running a series of blog posts on university comms during the Coronavirus. Click the image below to find out more: