Here are two documents to help UW marketing and communications professionals understand the UW’s 2012-13 tuition proposal, which was presented to the Board of Regents on May 3. Links to the documents are posted on the External Affairs website. The board will adopt new tuition rates in June. These documents are subject to updates, so we recommend you use the links on the EA page to get the most current documents each time you need to refer to them.
The just-posted UW Viewbook Addendum is an updated message from President Michael K. Young. Use it as a supplement to the UW Viewbook. It can also be inserted into the president section in the front of the book or inserted into the back pocket. This one-page PDF can be printed at the copy center or on your laser printer:
KOMO TV will begin broadcasting episodes of UW 360 on March 4 at 4:30 p.m. — the slot just prior to their evening 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.
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.
We’d like to 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 Nuttall, and Advancement Communications, led by Cheryl Nation.
Check out the latest edition of Marketing Matters to find out what this means to you.
April 19-21, 2012
HuskyFest will be a three-day campus-wide event showcasing some of the amazing things going on at the UW. At the core of HuskyFest will be a large tented pavilion on Red Square featuring live music, performances, interactive displays and speakers. Outside the pavilion will be a festival with displays and information, mobile food trucks and scheduled activities.
On Saturday the public will be invited to concerts and performances, open houses, lectures and labs, reunions, panel discussions, campus and student-led tours, vendor booths, displays and sponsored giveaways.
More information will be posted as details are firmed up, so be sure to check back!
We invite you to post the 2011 year-end video on your website! Everything you need is in our Marketing Toolkit!
This just in! Facebook, Twitter, Web and email graphics are now ready for you to download. They are in the 150th toolkit on the Marketing website. This link will take you directly to the download page!
Three videos have been posted for your use and enjoyment! You can embed them on your site via YouTube or download higher quality .mp4 versions. Check it out!
Easy-to-use 150th anniversary retractable banners are available for UW events held during the sesquicentennial, which runs from September 2011 through Commencement 2012.
Go to our online reservation system to read banner descriptions and to reserve banners for your event.