Join us for the 8th Annual ICRC Conference, presented by the University of Central Florida located in beautiful, sunny Orlando, Florida, USA!
The annual International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference at UCF features presentations, workshops and panel discussions on strategic crisis communication issues, case studies, best practices and emerging trends, presented by a unique combined lineup of top practitioner professionals and prominent academics from around the world.
Enjoy the full conference, which includes all general session presentations, expert panel discussions and lively breakout sessions, as well as an evening kickoff welcome reception after check-in at the host hotel on Monday evening. Join us for this important annual educational event, featuring several valuable topic presentations given by top university academics and esteemed practitioners of applied crisis communication planning and management.
As always, the ICRC Conference provides a relaxed and informal, peer-to-peer learning experience for communication researchers and professionals to share knowledge and firsthand experience surrounding this globally significant, emerging and evolving field.
"Great conference! The conference is run so well and is so enjoyable that I am going to submit to participate every year. Thanks for a great conference!"
"As a conference attendee for four years now, I've enjoyed seeing the conference grow and progress in many ways including recognition and attendance. It keeps better and better every year and I am enjoying the caliber and diversity of the plenary speakers. Keeping that in mind, one of the biggest values of this conference is the relatively small size that allows for true networking opportunities, especially among practitioners and academicians."
"The poster sessions were new this year and were a nice added touch."
"Overall ICRCC2017 was an excellent conference. It was a delight to see some of the world's most eminent Crisis and Risk Communication theorists on stage with senior practitioners, discussing real life issues - such as terrorist attacks and extreme weather events. It was also a delight to meet and interact with other up and coming academics and practitioners working at the leading edge of our field. The debate was rich and rewarding. I went home feeling energized and inspired."