Associate Vice President for University Communications
University Communications synthesizes the strategic communications needs of Cornell, aligns these opportunities with the university’s priorities, and leverages the skills of its staffs to develop communications solutions. Three primary departments support these efforts:
The Office of Communications is responsible for raising the awareness and visibility of Cornell University with internal and external audiences and key stakeholders. The Office of Communications develops and implements communications plans that leverage platforms and manage content for the university’s primary digital and media channels.
Media Relations and News publishes the Cornell Chronicle, the university’s main news channel; Ezra, Cornell’s official magazine; and Pawprint, an employee newsletter. Media Relations develops strategies to effectively enhance media coverage of Cornell.
Marketing serves first and foremost as stewards of the Cornell brand. Its staff members are the creative resource for marketing university initiatives and priorities across all media. Marketing also manages and staffs the Cornell Broadcast Studios, and creates and manages the university’s large photography collection.
Browse the main pages of Cornell’s website.
Keep up with the university’s daily news online.
Read the university’s quarterly magazine.
Watch the latest of nearly 2,500 videos about Cornellians in action.
Cornell’s Social Media
Follow Cornell on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Google+, LinkedIn, Tumblr.
Learn about the Cornell University brand—visuals and language.
Search the archive of official photographs of Cornell University; download images.
Connect with state, national, and international media.
Visit the Ithaca campus
Plan to visit and tour Cornell’s main campus in Ithaca, New York.