What is Communications and Public Relations?
The role of Gallaudet's Office of Communications and Public Relations is to communicate the University's strategic messages to its key constituencies, which include the campus community (faculty, staff, and students at the University and the Clerc Center), prospective students and their parents, alumni, donors, members of Congress, the Washington, D.C., business community, the media, and deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the nation.
Creative Services & Enrollment Marketing
The office develops print, web, video and other content aimed at showcasing the outstanding academic and campus life at Gallaudet to recruit prospective undergraduate and graduate students. The office also assists with developing other campus marketing materials.
The office serves as a liaison between members of the media and campus constituents. The office provides strategic planning to place positive stories from the university community into key media markets, responds to requests from the media, and assists campus administrators, faculty, staff, and students with coordinating media requests and with interview training.
The office produces several print, electronic and video publications in coordination with other departments on campus.
The office oversees the content and design of the top-tier University websites as well as key departmental websites which include the Office of the President and the Board of Trustees. The office operates in cooperation with various other offices and departments on campus to maintain the University's overall website.
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