Assistant Vice President for Marketing, Lauraine O'Neil
(972) 883-4701 | AD3.220
The Office of Communications marketing division oversees creative concepts and designs for ads, Internet, brochures, billboards, tradeshows, videos, newsletters and all other collateral material that promotes the overall image of the University and its various schools and departments.
Customized UT Dallas PowerPoint presentation templates, plus brouchure templates are available for use by members of the UT Dallas community and can be found on the PowerPoint templates page or the brochure templates page.
Assistant Vice President for Web Services, Cary Delmark
(972) 883-4995 | AD3.209
The mission of University Web Services is to tell the story of UT Dallas better through effective web design, content development and management that builds public understanding of, and support for, the University.
The University Periodicals unit oversees the editorial management of serially produced materials, including UT Dallas Magazine, the President’s Viewpoint and the Annual Report.
UT Dallas Magazine is a biannual publication that takes an in‑depth look at the University's most important stories and events. Visit utdallas.edu/magazine to read the latest issue.
Viewpoint is a newsletter from the desk of Dr. David E. Daniel, president of The University of Texas at Dallas. You can read The President’s Viewpoint at utdallas.edu/president/viewpoint.
Director, Sonja Gold
(972) 883-6325 | GR3.702
Associate Vice President for Communications, John Walls
(972) 883-2155 | AD3.220
The Office of Media Relations is a major force in positively enhancing the public image of UT Dallas, both in the Metroplex and beyond, largely through interaction with the news media.
Journalists seeking expert sources can find them in the UT Dallas Experts Guide, along with campus contacts who can help arrange media interviews.
When planning an event, think about publicity, too. Here are some help tips for maximizing your publicity.
The UT Dallas Brand Standards serve a wide range of needs, from those of staff members who photocopy materials to professional designers who create the most elaborate brochures, ads and Web sites.
The Communications Council is a collegial working group of communicators created to address common challenges, build understanding of policies and standards, and share information to leverage opportunities.
Review the presentation on communications strategy given by Susan Rogers, Vice President for Communications.
Updated: November 20, 2013