Supporting Behavior Change for Good
Dreading the end of summer holiday/vacation? Fear not! Autumn is an exciting time to enroll in one or more social marketing courses.
SMANA is proud to promote the learning opportunities of our academic partner, the Florida Prevention Research Center at the University of South Florida. SMANA members can advance their social marketing knowledge and skills in 2018 through the following USF offerings:
Graduate Certificate in Social Marketing
The Graduate Certificate in Social Marketing is offered to graduate students and professionals who wish to develop the skills needed to develop, implement, and evaluate social marketing programs. This certificate is offered fully online.
Online Master of Public Health (MPH) in Social Marketing
This MPH concentration equips students with the public health and social marketing skills needed to tackle complex health problems. It teaches marketing principles and social change tools to design, implement, and evaluate behavioral interventions and policy change. The program may be completed exclusively online or as a blend of courses offered on the Tampa campus and online.
Many of SMANA’s officers, directors, and volunteers have participated in the above offerings as students or instructors. Don’t miss the opportunity toup your social marketing game in 2018!
Brian J. Biroscak, PhD, MS, MA
Vice President, Social Marketing Association of North America (SMANA)
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Please join our stellar panel on June 12th from 11:30am-1pm in Seattle for a discussion about the behavioral and policy implications of Gun Safety and Prevention.
Please join Doug McKenzie-Mohr for Social Marketing Training in October. Early Bird Registration closes on July 31, 2018.
Introductory Workshop: October 22-23
Advanced Workshop: October 24-25
PNSMA Workshop Announcement_Oct 2018.docx
Please see the Flyer above for more details.
Please join PNSMA at our Summer Forum on Tuesday, July 12th in Seattle from 11:30am-1pm.
This forum is dedicated to focusing on gun violence prevention, and addressing the effects of gun violence.
We will be featuring Karen Brownson/Seattle-King County Public Health, Kevin Haggerty/UW School of Social Work, Katy Klein/Alliance for Gun Responsibility and Tizzy Bennett/Seattle Children's Hospital.
Stay tuned for registration details via email.
PNSMA is thrilled to provide this membership benefit!
As you know, a PNSMA membership (assuming you joined by Feb 1, 2018) includes membership in iSMA and SMANA. Both organizations have now been provided our membership list and should have your membership active with them as of March 1, 2018. (Membership lasts through then end of the 2018 calendar year.)
In the next few weeks you should see a "welcome email" from iSMA and SMANA letting you know how to access their website/events. Please be patient as they get you set up in their system.
Working towards our goal of connecting the social marketing community, the PNSMA website now has a job posting section. Check it out!
If you are a member you can post openings. Non-members are welcome to post as well, but they will need to contact a PNSMA Board member for assistance.
Dr. Doug McKenzie-Mohr will be delivering introductory and advanced community-based social marketing training in Seattle in early November.
The introductory workshop is scheduled for November 6th and 7th. The advanced workshop will be held on November 8th and 9th.
Check the "Events" area of the PNSMA website for additional details. Early bird registration closed August 31, 2017.
Visit https://register.cbsm.com/workshops/seattle-2017 for more information and to register for the event.
July 11, 2017 – The Wicked Problem of WildfiresPresenter: Annie Schmidt, WA State Fire Adapted Communities
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