What Do Students Want From Your Social Media?
Aired Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Presented by Christoph Trappe,
Jim Geerdes, & Ryan Reebenacker
Two college students share their experiences with their schools’ social media channels. Find out what you are doing right – and wrong – with this dive into how students use their schools’ channels. Don’t miss this free webinar with important insights from college students themselves.
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About the Presenters
Christoph currently leads content and digital transformation in B2B publishing and higher ed. He is a career storyteller who has worked as a journalist, change agent and content marketing executive. He has spoken at conferences globally, blogs and has written two books. His teams’ digital initiatives have been recognized globally.
Jim Geerdes, Student, University of Iowa
Jim Geerdes is a sophomore at the University of Iowa. Jim is pursuing a double major in Business Analytics and Journalism. He is the design editor and manages the website for Iowa’s student newspaper, The Daily Iowan. Jim is also a member of a professional business organization and uses his spare time freelance designing for small businesses and listening to podcasts.
Ryan Reebenacker, Student, Wartburg College
Jim Geerdes is a sophomore at the University of Iowa. Jim is pursuing a double major in BusRyan will begin his third year as a Journalism and Communication major at Wartburg College this fall. His college experience thus far has been defined by his involvement as the Executive Producer for their televised newscast, Cedar Valley Today, and serving as a the Sports Director for KWAR 89.9 FM. He also serves as a play-by-play broadcaster and director for Knight Vision, the college’s live streaming network, and is the Assistant Sports Editor for the Wartburg Trumpet, the college’s newspaper. He loves to study the process of how content reaches people, and continues to search for new ways to achieve that goal.