We’d like to jointly announce to all of you an evolution in the world of UW Marketing: It is now becoming two distinct—but still closely linked—departments: University Marketing, led by Key, and Advancement Communications, led by Cheryl. The primary goal of making this change is to optimize the University’s marketing and communication efforts so that the UW overall and the University Advancement and External Affairs missions specifically are well supported.
Each organization will now have a dedicated team focused solely on a unique portfolio of work (such as the next major fundraising campaign for Advancement; legislative needs for External Affairs) while still partnering on projects that benefit the University-at-large, like celebrating the UW’s 150th anniversary.
So, what does this mean for you?
It means you’ll receive even better, more targeted support from us. One thing you don’t need to wonder about is whom you should call about which topic. We encourage you to continue working with whichever members of the former UW Marketing team you’re accustomed to. If we need to loop in someone from one of our two teams, we’ll take care of figuring that out so you don’t have to, but we’ve included more details below if you want to know more.
Please feel free to contact either of us if you have any questions or concerns about this announcement. We look forward to working together with you to make 2012 a great year!
Our New Structure
Updated Twitter Best Practices
The Twitter best practices toolkit has been completely updated. It has everything from the basics for absolute beginners to suggestions on how to optimize your Twitter presence and use it more creatively. If you have feedback about this page, please contact Elise Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“UW 360” to Be Broadcast on KOMO TV
KOMO TV will begin broadcasting episodes of “UW 360” on March 4 at 4:30 p.m. — the slot just prior to their afternoon newscast. The broadcasts will continue for about 13 weeks and will include recent and past episodes from the series.
Here are links to segments from the most recent “UW 360” episodes.
Questions? Contact John Haslam at email@example.com.
New Website for Sharing Unit Operational Best Practices
UW Activities & Improvements: Sharing Ideas for Teaching, Learning, Research and Administration Across the UW is a new database-driven website that collects examples of a wide range of best practices in both academic and administrative units. The activities in the database illustrate the principals and goals of the Provost's Two Years to Two Decades (2y2d) Initiative. The idea for this site came from academics and administrators across campus who said they wanted a way to find good ideas and connect quickly with peers. The database also helps the UW community to share examples of ways we are increasing revenues, decreasing costs and investing strategically.
Communications professionals can search the site find stories of creative and practical ways members of the UW community are maintaining and enhancing quality in their units. To share an idea from your unit, fill out this online form. Anyone with a UW NetID can view or contribute to the database. All entries are reviewed before posting.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 2y2d Manager Marisa Nickle at email@example.com.
- Educational Outreach: Marketing Project Specialist/Production Manager, Req #: 79383
(Open until filled)
- Human Resources: Senior Communications Specialist, Req #: 81151 (Open until filled)
- KUOW: Announcer, Req #: 81463
(Closes Feb. 12, 2012)
- News & Information, Public Information Officer, Req #: 81209 (Open until filled)
- School of Law: Assistant Director for Career Development & Marketing, Req #: 79806
(Open until filled)
- University Marketing: Associate Director, Creative, Req #: 80950 (Closes Feb. 19, 2012)
- University Marketing: Copywriter, Req #: 81122
(Closes Feb. 19, 2012)
- UW Medicine: Media Relations Officer, Req #: 79499 (Open until filled)
- UW Medicine: Online Strategy Director, Req #: 76632 (Open until filled)
Search the UW staff jobs database.
Our New Structure
Feb. 8, Feb. 22 & Mar. 6
Visions of America: Barack Obama, the Tea Party, and the 2012 Presidential Election, Kane Hall Room 130, 7 p.m., tickets $60
Timeless Discoveries documentary premiere, Kane Hall Room 120, 7 p.m.
“Madmen, Working Girls, and Desperate Housewives: American Women at the Dawn of the 1960” featuring Stephanie Coontz, Odegaard Room 220, 7 p.m.
March 30–April 1
Paws-on Science, Pacific Science Center; UW alumni, students, and staff 20% off admission with UW or UWAA Member ID
“As the Future Catches You—the Impact of Genetic, Digital and Knowledge Innovations” featuring Juan Enriquez, Kane Hall Room 130, 6:30 p.m.
UW Law Race Judicata, 5K fun run/walk for people and dogs, Seward Park, 11 a.m.
“What to Do with 500,000 Scientists” featuring Chris Lintott, Kane Hall Room 130, 6:30 p.m.
For a full list of upcoming events, visit the UWAA events page and the UW Events and Calendars page.
Cheryl Nations, x17041, firstname.lastname@example.org
E-communications & New Media
Elise Daniel, x68923, email@example.com
David Doxtater, x60348, firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Nuttall, x56410, email@example.com
Gina Hills, x32561, firstname.lastname@example.org