The weekly UNE Community Notices are sent to all employees on Friday afternoon. It includes UNE news, upcoming events, opportunities, and deadlines. This email is not distributed to students. (If you wish to communicate information to students, please contact the Office of Student Affairs.)
To submit an announcement complete the submission form by Friday at noon. Submissions received after 12 p.m. will be reviewed by the Office of Communications for inclusion in the following week’s notices.
Include the title, full details (date/time/location, etc.), and contact information. Attachments are not supported by the submission form (but URLs may be added to the body of the submission) and only plain text is permissible (formatting is not supported).
For additional information refer to the Community Notices Guidelines (PDF) and Community Notices Frequently Asked Questions (PDF).
Note: As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, there is an increasing number of time-sensitive notices that would be helpful for the University community to be aware of. In addition to the usual Friday afternoon UNE Community Notices, we will also distribute more frequent UNE Community Notice dedicated solely to announcements regarding news and events that have arisen as the result of the COVID-19 outbreak. We ask that faculty and professional staff continue to use the submission form to apprise us of announcements, such as University-related event cancellations, changes in hours of operation, etc. Please note that if an announcement is published expeditiously Monday through Thursday, it will not be republished in the weekly Friday notice unless resubmitted.
Integrated Content Specialist
The Office of Communications includes a talented graphic design team, eager to work with you to design products that help your initiatives succeed. Our expertise includes the design of a variety of print and digital materials including, but not limited to magazines, posters, brochures, invitations, banners, magnets, pens, t-shirts, avatars, billboards, and more.
If you can envision it, we can design it.
The Office of Communications produces short films that showcase the innovative work being done across UNE's different colleges. Made using the latest technologies and techniques, these films provide an important medium that builds and maintains UNE's brand identity. Our services include filming, editing, writing, narrating, and producing.
If you are involved with a UNE event or lecture that you would like to live-stream and/or record, we are equipped to meet your needs. We can help assess the potential audience for your event, set up the necessary audio/visual equipment, and manage the technical details of recording and transmitting. Once your event has been live-streamed, it will remain accessible to viewers on YouTube, iTunes U, and the UNE website.
The Office of Communications offers a team of experienced media relations professionals who will work to guide you through the media process and highlight the ongoing successes at UNE.
We are fortunate to have a wealth of expertise in areas ranging from global affairs to marine science as well as numerous areas within the health professions. Highlighting that expertise is one of our top priorities, and we strive to identify opportunities for UNE professional staff and faculty to contribute to new stories in the headlines.
Director of Public Relations
Public Relations Strategist
The Office of Communications has a University Photographer on staff who is constantly out there capturing high-quality images of events, people, and our campuses.
UNE-approved photos are all stored in our Digital Asset Management system (Canto) and may be used for our publications, brochures, websites, and social media platforms. UNE faculty and professional staff are permitted to log in, browse, and download these images. To submit images to Canto, please contact Holly Haywood.
The Office of Communications owns and manages UNE's primary website, ensuring its ease of use and utility across all devices as well as offering ongoing development, design, and editing work. To learn more, email April Forristall-St Michel.