Can’t make it to the free Syracuse Student Symposium Feb. 8? Oh, yes, you can!
We’re streaming live from the Syracuse Student Symposium!
Streaming starts Friday, Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. EST, and runs until 5 p.m. Watch it here: http://ustre.am/2h1J
We have an excellent lineup of speakers and topics for the annual student workshop, and it’s all available live from Room 141, Newhouse 3, in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
The speakers this year: Michael Whitley of the Los Angeles Times, Adrian Norris of The Globe and Mail (Toronto), Andrea Zagata of The Buffalo News, Rob Schneider of The Dallas Morning News and Josh Crutchmer of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
1 p.m. Michael Whitley
NO REPETITIVE STRESS INJURY: Lessons from things we do over and over (including 10 years of Oscars coverage.)
1:50 p.m. Adrian Norris
DR. REDESIGN: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. A deconstruction of The Globe and Mail’s 2010 redesign. Everything I have learned and what you need to know.
2:40 p.m. Andrea Zagata
DESIGNING WITH LOSERS: Three NFL seasons. Two mediocre teams. How repetition resulted in evolution for one young designer.
3:30 p.m. Rob Schneider and Josh Crutchmer
LOVE/HATE: Why we love design/why we hate design, and how the SND competition brings out both of those qualities in our hearts.
The symposium is sponsored by the Society for News Design Foundation and will also feature a student critique session.
Click here for detailed speaker bios.