Associate Vice President
Office of Communications
The Office of Communications provides strategic leadership that shapes the character, direction and underlying principles guiding the University’s institutional communications; takes primary responsibility for organizing University-wide resources, brand identity and positioning, internal and external communications, message content, media visibility/media relations and crisis communication; and fully integrates these efforts in service to the University mission and vision.
The marketing department creates and supports UT Dallas’ brand identity through the production and management of a united and consistent image across all segments of the University’s media channels. Marketing services include strategic/media planning and multi-media designs for projects such as brochures, publications, invitations, billboards and electronic messaging.
A team consisting of professional graphic designers, a communication manager and a marketing coordinator assist clients with the design and execution of projects that most effectively achieve their goals. Project assistance may be requested by contacting the marketing department at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling x4701.
News and Media Relations
Our communications team works with members of the news media to help facilitate interviews and connect reporters with experts and stories. We are also responsible for internal and external dissemination of campus news and information. Part of our mission includes providing timely stories to the public that highlight the UT Dallas’ educational and research missions. Media exposure helps cultivate public support for the institution including faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Periodicals edits and distributes news about UT Dallas through print publications and newsletters, as well as through the University’s News Center and social media. The division also plays a role in ensuring urgent information is delivered to the University’s audiences as quickly as possible. Send questions, concerns or ideas to email@example.com or call x4405.
University Web Services provides support for delivering accurate, current and relevant information over the utdallas.edu website, email and other digital media. It has a primary role in delivering urgent/crisis communication, content management, and promotion of the university’s brand standards on traditional/PC, tablet and smartphone platforms. And it focuses on user friendliness as the key to integrating the hundreds of sub-websites and Web applications that make up the utdallas.edu website. Assistance may be requested by contacting Web Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling x4995.