UComm Five-Year Report
Our goal was critical: build capacity for cohesive and coordinated institutional communications.
Great institutional communication, in any form, doesn’t just happen. Thoughtful planning is required, along with patience, investment, and a commitment to relentless consistency.
This five-year report looks back to highlight UComm’s planning with campus, to review key outcomes, and to look ahead to the next five years.
Our historically welcoming and empowering university has a unique story to tell, and the team at UComm is honored to come to work each day to share what is possible when a student becomes a part of our Maverick community and achieves a degree from UNO.
This five-year report is an opportunity to reflect on our shared successes and look ahead to the next five years.
On behalf of the UComm team, thank you for your support in making the work highlighted in this report possible.
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