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Project Requests, Coordination and Planning
Project requests, intake and workflow management are handled by our communication coordinator, who is also the best contact for general assistance or questions.
We can also help you plan strategies for the best way to communicate your project to the campus and general public, as well as provide advice on how to align your communications with Willamette identity standards.
Writing and Content Development
Our writers create public awareness of Willamette’s students, faculty, staff and alumni by producing strategic content for web communications and campus publications, including Willamette magazine and the university’s homepage. We look for news, feature stories and events that are timely, help promote key university initiatives and are of interest to our primary audiences.
Our media relations director works with faculty and staff to promote news, stories and successes of Willamette’s people and programs. We encourage journalists to contact media relations directly to leverage Willamette’s expert faculty and staff. To minimize disruptions to our students and faculty, campus visits for interviews or photography must be approved by University Communications.
Our digital communications staff works with faculty, staff and students to advance the university’s story, strategic objectives and communications via digital media channels — social media, electronic newsletters, email, the interactive campus map, the Willamette University Bulletin and the university’s website.
Design and Layout
Our visual media manager creates high-quality images and videos of the Willamette community for strategic use in publications and on the university website, focusing on programs that help promote key university initiatives. If you are seeking a photographer to document something that falls outside the realm of our publications or key university initiatives, we may refer you to other photographers who can help with your project.