Campus Communicators Roundtable

Does your role on campus include communicating with the campus community or the general public? The Communications and Public Affairs Team will begin hosting monthly roundtable conversations open to the campus community — from flyers to social media and everything in between — we hope these conversations will provide valuable information and resources for you.

Anyone on campus is welcome to attend and provide input. Those in marketing, creative and communications roles are highly encouraged to attend.

Learn more and register below!


Get Together

Join colleagues from across campus for a roundtable conversation on how to enhance communications strategies that support the University’s key messages. As valuable creative and content contributors, you will gain insight on how to incorporate key messages across your department’s communications channels. 

Get Informed

Each roundtable will feature a mini-session on a communications topic, followed by an open roundtable discussion for questions, best practices and ideas on communications strategies. Guests from across campus will also be invited to make presentations to this group to enhance interdepartmental collaboration.​

This group will meet to cover specific areas of interest:

  • External Communications (e.g. promoting events to the public) 
  • Internal Communications (e.g. StanEvents & Announcements, Warrior Weekly) 
  • Email Communications
  • Print Promotion ( e.g. flyers, postcards) 
  • Social Media 
  • Media Relations
  • Accessibility Guidelines 
  • Graphic/Image Selection for Different Platforms 
  • Crafting Content for Different Audiences 
  • Photography/Videography 
  • Copyright/Intellectual Property 
  • Communications and the First Amendment 
  • Web Services

Get Connected

Conversations from the roundtable will result in a knowledge base of resources to be shared with the campus community, as well as additional training sessions and/or workshops on popular topics. 


Get Registered

Sign-up today and let us know what communications topics you would like to learn more about. 

  • Tuesday, Dec. 3 from 9-10:30 p.m. in MSR 130.

Anyone on campus is welcome to attend and provide input. Those in marketing, creative and communications roles are highly encouraged to attend.

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