Ideas and content from units across campus are essential to our work guiding UW–Madison’s communication strategy. Get your message out by working directly with University Communications or creating materials that adhere to UW–Madison’s brand standards.
Working with University Communications
University Communications photography staff provide important tips, as well as links to the campus photo library and policy related to the creation and use of photographs.
This guide from University Communications staff offers tips on producing a video for campus use, including links to resources and other helpful information.
UW–Madison’s Journalist in Residence programs offer top journalists an opportunity to share their expertise, engage with the campus community, and collaborate with university scholars.
We welcome campus submissions for distribution via University Communications' high-visibility online products. These publications reach general and specialized audiences that include campus communities, the news media and other audiences.
Are you a subject matter expert, or do you work with experts? Journalists use our Experts Database to find UW–Madison faculty and staff who can comment on breaking news, ongoing developments and trends in their areas of expertise.
Research news and feature stories are a window to Wisconsin’s world-class portfolio of scholarship. Our research communications team has developed these guidelines to help your story succeed in an increasingly dynamic and competitive environment.
Compiled by the office of University Relations, this list of policies and guidelines covers key topics relevant to communicating on campus, from accessibility to drone photography to trademark usage.
This comprehensive guide provides a wide range of tools and best practices, from UW–Madison's brand rationale and positioning statement to illustrations, templates and technical guidance.
Practicing inclusive communications and marketing helps UW–Madison create a more welcoming, safe and productive campus where all students, staff, faculty and visitors feel they belong.