On Wednesday, September 26th, the Embassy will host an interactive Digital Video Conference (DVC) on the the role of media and marketing in U.S. Elections.
The DVC will feature Dr. Kenneth Cosgrove, an associate professor of Government at Boston’s Suffolk University.
What: The Role of Media and Marketing in U.S. Elections: An Interactive Digital Video Conference with Dr. Kenneth Cosgrove
When: Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Where: Embassy of the United States of America, 490 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
To attend, you must RSVP to Alison Morris by noon on Tuesday, Sept. 25th via e-mail (at email@example.com) or phone (613-688-5484). Please bring photo identification. Note that all visitors must follow certain security procedures, and electronic devides (including cell phones, iPods and cameras) will be checked upon arrival. Please arrive at the Embassy’s Sussex Entrance 10-15 minutes prior to the program to clear security. If you have special needs requirements, please indicate them when you RSVP. Reservations are non-transferable. Parking is available nearby in the Byward Market.
About Dr. Kenneth Cosgrove
Professor Kenneth Cosgrove is associate professor of Government at Suffolk University in Boston. In the 2011-2012 academic year, Professor Cosgrove was the Fulbright Research Chair at Carleton University in Ottawa, during which time he taught a course on political marketing for both the Department of Political Science and the inaugural class of the Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management. His previous work includes a book length study of the Republican Party’s marketing techniques, as well as a variety of articles on branded politics in the USA. For more information, see his Suffolk University page.