As passionate ambassadors of the University of Washington, the University Marketing & Communications team strives to build awareness and support for the UW. Collaborating with partners across campus, we work to connect the UW with the general public as well as targeted audience segments through strategic marketing and communications.
A limited one-time pool of funds is available to help units align with institutional brand marketing and communications strategies.
Chief Marketing & Communications Officer
Brand & Creative
Brand Marketing & Strategy
Public Relations & Internal Communications
Trademarks & Licensing
Our services include:
- Brand and creative
- Public relations
- Social media
- Web communications
University Marketing & Communications builds awareness of the UW and enhances its reputation through integrated marketing and communications while transforming the vision and values of the UW into engaging, strategic campaigns.
The team supports the UW by championing the brand, providing university-wide services and support, building and maintaining a powerful Web presence and pursuing innovative marketing strategies and opportunities.
Let us hear from you
Consider us your go-to resource for brand consultations and other marketing needs. We’re here to support you! Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact one us directly. We also welcome your feedback and ideas!
Latest from our blog
September 15, 2014
It’s been a busy summer for most UW communicators, including your undaunted UMAC team. We’re about to launch a new UW homepage and are thrilled to start sharing the creative branding toolkits, guidelines, Web resources and more.
September 9, 2014
Brand refresh help sessions are available now.
August 26, 2014
We were glad to see so many of you at the most recent Marketing & Communications Roundtable meeting, where we presented our new UW brand platform and creative concepts. If you were unable to attend or would like review anything presented during the Roundtable, you can view the recorded session.
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