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The Diverse staff’s watches are all synchronized and we’re preparing to hit the road in November. Here’s a list of events we’ll be attending in the near future to make presentations or report on for the magazine or web—and always to network with those dedicated to higher education.

On Nov. 10-12, Senior Advertising Manager Guillermo Ruiz and Advertising Manager Marla Scher will be among the host of Diverse staffers attending the APLU Conference in Washington, D.C., at the Marriott Wardman Park. We’ll look forward to greeting you when you stop by our display at booth No. 11.

On Nov. 10-13, the American Marketing Association will hold its Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Marketing Manager Sydnée Vann and Director of Advertising Virginia Hendrix will represent Diverse.

 

 

 

 

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