What We Do
Marketing and Brand Management
Marketing and Brand Management works to cultivate public awareness UNO. This is done by sharing the UNO story by creating a defined university brand that is conveyed throughout every facet of campus and our community by way of dynamic publications, banners and bus benches, sky-high billboards and coordinated events.
Areas of coverage include brand awareness, graphic design, copywriting, event planning, photography and videography.
Digital Communications works to strategically expand UNO's online and digital presence. This is done by sharing the UNO story through a universitywide website renovation, social interaction across multiple platforms, interactive newsletters, and targeted messaging to our internal and external community.
Areas of coverage include website, the Cascade Server Content Management System (CMS) training and support, social media, external digital signage, internal, and emergency communications.
Media Relations works to foster knowledge about UNO locally, nationally, and around the globe. This is done by sharing the UNO story through the cultivation of individual campus stories, the exchange of information with members of the media, and coordination of interviews with faculty experts.
Areas of coverage include news releases, features, media advisories, media interview coordination, and emergency communications.
Photography and Videography
One of the most effective and compelling tools for expressing the character of the UNO brand is the use of dynamic photography.
The University Communications multimedia specialist may be contacted for more information about scheduling photograph/video coverage.
Event Planning Consultation
University Communications is responsible for the planning and execution of several campuswide events including May and December commencements, Faculty and Student Honors Convocations, and more.
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