Yale Publishing Course
Advanced leadership training for book and magazine media professionals
- Leadership Strategies in Magazine Media: July 24-29, 2016
- Leadership Strategies in Book Publishing: July 31-August 5, 2016
Launched in 2010, the Yale Publishing Course (YPC) is a week-long intensive classroom-based course for mid- to senior-level book and magazine media professionals in all areas of publishing: management, editorial, business development, digital strategy, design and production, advertising, sales, and marketing. YPC tackles timely issues facing publishing professionals, giving you a candid inside look at lessons learned by industry leaders as well as forward-looking approaches to publishing as a global enterprise. YPC is a unique immersive educational experience, providing you with the tools and knowledge to enhance your leadership skills and develop successful revenue strategies.
YPC exposes you to an international network of peers and an expert faculty composed of Yale faculty and thought leaders in the industry. The intimate and interactive discussions based on real-world experience will challenge your assumptions and inspire innovative thinking.
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Tina Christenfeld Weiner directs the Yale Publishing Course. She has worked in publishing for four decades, most recently as the Publishing Director of Yale University Press, one of the largest American university presses. During her tenure, she was instrumental in forging co-publishing and distribution arrangements with many art museums, both here and abroad, and in launching a wide-range of innovative publishing initiatives. Tina has been a member of the board of the American Association of University Presses, has served on many of its committees and task forces, and was a frequent speaker at its annual meetings. She has also lectured at the University of Denver Summer Publishing Institute, the University of Chicago Museum Publishing Program, the International Association of Museum Publishers, and the New York University Center for Publishing. She has been a consultant to a variety of publishers and has served on the Freedom to Read Committee of the Association of American Publishers. She is a member of the board of the New Press, the Clifford Beers Clinic, and the Woodbridge Board of Police Commissioners (chair). Tina is a Fellow of Timothy Dwight College (Yale University) and a graduate of Smith College.