The CAS MarComm team developed a case statement for the Department of Psychology's Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics illustrating their imporatance in the mental health community.
In February of 2014, the Social Sciences Division of the College of Arts and Sciences hosted a career night networking event, titled "NetWORK - Student-Alumni Career Night." The event paired recent alums with current students to discuss career paths and opportunities within the social sciences. The event location required ample signage to help attendees locate the venue as well as to direct them to particular areas once inside.
The Division of French & Italian Studies was the first site developed in the Department Web Framework, a content management system tailored to meet the needs of academic units in the College. After extensive research and planning, including conversations with stakeholders, online surveys, focus groups, and analysis of web stats, we developed the Department Web Framework to better serve the
The "Huskies ♥ the Arts" advertisement was a collaborative effort by members of the ArtsUW Council, including the University of Washington School of Music, School of Drama, School of Art, Dance Program, World Series, Meany Theater, Burke Museum, Henry Art Gallery, DXArts, and the Ethnic Cultural Theater.
The Student Support Case Statement looked at the value of endowed scholarships & fellowships in the College of Arts and Sciences and made the appeal for gifts of this nature. This case statement was created using the "Blocks" template and was designed and created in-house by the CAS MarComm team.
A simple ad that speaks to one of the main issues attached to sustainability and climate solutions.
The College of Arts and Sciences produces a 16-page print newsletter three times per year, using selected content from the more frequent online newsletter. The print newsletter is sent to donors who have indicated a preference for print publications, and is used by advancement staff during visits with prospective donors.
The Department of Asian Languages & Literature was the fifth site developed in the Department Web Framework, a content management system tailored to meet the needs of academic units in the College. After extensive research and planning, including conversations with stakeholders, online surveys, focus groups, and analysis of web stats, we developed the Department Web Framework to better serve the n
Spanish and Portguese Studies (SPS) produces an online newletter that is sent to its constituents through an eblast like the one above.