Marketing and University Relations
The Department of Marketing and University Relations is made up of the Office of Communications and Public Relations, the Office of Marketing and the Office of the Webmaster. The department is the interface between the campus and the general public and also is responsible for internal communications.
Office of Communications and Public Relations
The Office of Communications and Public Relations produces publications for the campus community, including the weekly Journal newspaper, the quarterly Cal U Review alumni magazine, and the issue-oriented President's Perspective.
Working closely with the Web Team and the Marketing staff, this office also provides speechwriting services, develops website content, plans programs and events, develops promotional materials, edits material for print and electronic distribution and assists with a wide variety of campus activities.
The staff works with local, regional, statewide and national media outlets to promote California University and showcase the accomplishments of Cal U's students, faculty and staff.
Office of Marketing
The Office of Marketing works with the University's agency of record to develop print, TV, radio and online marketing campaigns.
It also is responsible for developing and maintaining important partnerships with outside organizations, such as the Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Steelers and Carnegie Science Center. The objective of these partnerships is to increase the University's visibility and to provide internship opportunities for enrolled students and professional opportunities for Cal U graduates.
The Office of the Webmaster maintains the University's website and develops and implements social media initiatives in collaboration with the Office of Communications and Public Relations. The office also works with other members of the Cal U community to ensure the website reflects the depth and breadth of programs, activities and special events and initiatives that are happening on campus.
Turn to page 10 of Connections magazine below to read how Craig Butzine, vice president of Marketing and University Relations, believes university settings can inspire business innovation.