For Faculty & Staff
University Communications can assist faculty and staff with a variety of communications and media issues:
Provide help when a reporter calls
The Office of University Communications is staffed by professional journalists with extensive experience in dealing with the media on a daily basis. The office works with all media, including on-campus publications, local, national and international press, in all formats — including print, broadcast and electronic. Our staff issues press releases, organizes press conferences and handles the university’s overall media relations. We can assist you in publicizing news that has a university connection. Our office also maintains a list of faculty experts whom outside media can contact for expertise on timely topics.
Read more about working with the media, or contact the News Service at (650) 723-2558 for assistance.
Publicize an event or make a campus announcement
University Communications can also help you to publicize events and make announcements via internal vehicles, including Stanford Report, an email sent every weekday morning to approximately 35,000 faculty, staff and other subscribers. Stanford schools, departments and related programs and organizations are invited to purchase display advertisements that appear in those emails. For more information on announcements, contact Kate Chelsey at 725-3697, kchesley(at)stanford.edu.
University Communications also maintains the University Event Calendar, which allows you to publicize your events on the university website.
Manage the media at your event
Having media cover your event often requires special expertise. High profile visitors may have security concerns and reporters may have particular equipment or seating needs. University Communications regularly partners with the Office of Special Events and Protocol (OSEP) to ensure that these issues are addressed in the early planning stages. For more information contact the News Service at (650)723-2558.
University Communications has oversight of policies regarding a variety of communications and media related topics, including filming and photography on campus and use of the university name, seal, and logos.
The Stanford Identity Toolkit provides information about how to use the Stanford signature, emblems, fonts, colors and photos in your print and online projects.
Stanford on iTunes U and YouTube
Information about how to contribute audio and video content to Stanford's iTunes U and YouTube channels.
The University Communications Web Team can provide advice on creating and maintaining your university website, using campus resources for web design and development, or when appropriate, selecting a vendor for a web project.
Stanford Video, the university’s video production unit, serves the campus and community from state-of-the-art studios located on campus.
News Service Library
The News Service Library can help faculty and staff find archived Stanford Report articles, press releases and photographs.
SALLIE Image Database
SALLIE (Stanford ALL-Image Exchange) is Stanford's campus-wide system for managing and sharing digital photographs used in communications.