Jennifer van Alstyne is open to media requests. Email her at email@example.com.
Jennifer returns to the GradBlogger podcast for Episode #71, “How to ‘Sell’ Without Being Salesy in Client Conversations.’
The Social Academic, Jennifer’s blog/podcast for The Academic Designer LLC, was named #35 in the top 100 Higher Education blogs by Feedspot.
Guest appearance on Chris Cloney, PhD’s podcast GradBlogger, whose goal is to help 1,000 academics change 1,000 lives through online business. Listen to Episode #68, “Building an Online Business Out of Graduate School with Jennifer van Alstyne.”
Appeared on RJ Thompson’s podcast Talks with Thompson to talk about my life and career in academia and how my consulting practice helps academics enhance their profile and reconnect with professional practice. Listen to “Jennifer van Alstyne Talks with Thompson.” Or, watch the interview on YouTube, May 22
My interview with Dr. Walter D. Greason was mentioned in “Are Your Diversity Strategies Missing the Mark? Nine Ways to Get it Right,” by Hedreich Nichols on Cult of Pedagogy, March 1
“Managing Online Presence as a Researcher,” interviewed by Kayla DiPilato for Conseris, October 15
“The Soft Skills Needed to Become a Graphic Designer,” by Ashley Brooks for Rasmussen College, July 15
Hosted a Twitter Takeover of @AcademicChatter to talk about best practices for enjoying social media.
The Social Academic was featured in “Academic Blogs,” Wikia.com
“UL Lafayette recognizes top scholars as Outstanding Masters Graduates,” on University of Louisiana at Lafayette, May 8
“UL Lafayette recognizes outstanding graduates for Spring 2018,” KATC3
“Publications and Activities, Fall 2017” the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Department of English Newsletter
“Announcing the 2016 Chapbook Winners,” on Paper Nautilus
“Rain Taxi calls Dobyns book a ‘poignant collection about love, life,” on the BOA Editions Blog
“Now Out: Something On Paper Issue 3,” on American Salvia
“10th Annual Women of Naropa Reading,” on the Jack Kerouac School
“Women of Naropa Reading” on AnneWaldman.org