Jump to: How to Publicize Your Research | If a Reporter Approaches You
Iím conducting promising research and I want to share the results with the media. What should I do?
The first step is to contact the media relations staff on your campus well in advance of your research publication date, so we can help you share your story. We have several contacts within the local, regional, national, and international news media and can help you communicate your research to both external and internal audiences through print and/or electronic media. It is our policy that members of the media relations staff must escort all reporters, photographers, and video crews on any University of Miami campus at all times.
Researchers at the Coral Gables and Rosenstiel School campuses should contact the Office of Media Relations. Researchers at the Medical campus (including UHealth), should contact the Miller School of Medicine Office of Communications. The Office of Research would also like to hear about your achievements. Please e-mail your news to Jessica Kreger, Director, Research Communications.
A reporter has approached me as an expert in my field. What should I do?
The media relations staff on your campus is here to help you interact with the media. Please contact the communications office on your campus (links provided above). The Office of Research would also like to hear about your news coverage. Please e-mail the details of your publicity to Jessica Kreger, Director, Research Communications.