AHA meeting at the University of Houston, July 12

Posted by Lauren on July 10, 2012

Join us at 6 pm on Thursday at the University of Houston Library, Special Collections.
Special Collections is located on the 2nd floor at the top of the main circular staircase, through the glass door.
Refreshments will be provided.

The speaker will be Carol A. Skewes, Publisher and Editor of The Vindicator and The Anahuac Progress. She will speak on “How to Get the Word Out: Press in the Digital Age.”

Carol has a BS and MBA from the University of Houston. Since 1989 she has worked for The Baytown Sun, Gibson Printing Company, and Granite Publishing Partners, Inc. She serves as the Publisher of The Vindicator and The Anahuac Progress and has been a graphic designer for over twenty years. She will focus on proper AP style, working with editors, writing within a digital perspective, how to take advantage of free press relations, and how to submit digital photos and electronic copy.

Directions to Special Collections and Archives at the University of Houston’s MD Anderson (Main) Library

If coming from the north/downtown, take I-45 South. Take exit 44-B. Merge toward Spur 5 South. Turn right onto University Drive. Turn left on Calhoun and you will immediately see the Welcome Center & Parking Garage, a yellow brick building with red trim.

If coming from the south, take I-45 North. Take exit 44-A (Elgin/Lockwood/Cullen). Turn left on Cullen. Drive along Cullen, passing the stadium, and turn left on Wheeler. Turn left again on Calhoun. To your left just past the parking lot you will see the Welcome Center & Parking Garage, a yellow brick building with red trim.

Parking rates are hourly. Please remember to take your ticket with you.

Once you’ve parked, walk in towards the center of campus. You will pass the Hilton Hotel on your left and the University Center (student center) on your right. You will find yourself behind the M.D. Anderson Library, a large cream-colored building. You must go around to the front of the building to enter the Library.

Special Collections is located on the 2nd floor at the top of the main circular staircase, through the glass door.

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