Training and Development
The University of Oregon has a distinct and special collection of logos and marks with special meaning and historic significance. These marks bond our community together and provide a way for our audiences to recognize and connect with the brand. It is important that our logos and marks are used with care and in accordance with our shared brand guidelines. Explore our logos, marks, cobranding, sponsorship, and trademark policies.
University Communications will offer broad brand training for faculty and staff to better understand the guidelines and resources available to them. During the training, we will also ensure you know the communication professional(s) tasked with supporting your division, department, or unit. There will be a few types of trainings we will offer to meet the needs of different users. Communication professionals will have an in-depth session that reviews the guidelines in more detail and walks you through the tools available in our Brand Library. Faculty and staff generally curious about the brand or who have some basic function in the areas of communication will be invited to attend the open session as space is available.
If you have any questions about brand guidelines or policies, we encourage you to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty and Staff: Brand Training
This in-person, 90-minute gathering is your opportunity to learn about the University of Oregon brand, how to incorporate it into your work, and have your questions answered by the UO brand experts. The training will cover a range of topics including: applying the UO’s brand, logos and marks, trademark and licensing, ordering merchandise, and more
Monday, March 4, 2024
EMU 214 | Redwood Auditorium
Registration has reached capacity. We plan to offer trainings each month and hope you will be able to join us at a future event.
Note that a remote option will not be available for this session. However, future trainings will include that ability.
University Communications offers media training for faculty and staff.
Student Employee Development
Through the Communications Academy, University Communications provides online training courses and resources for student employees working in marketing and communication roles across the university.
Communities of Practice
University Communications in partnership with other unit communicators leads a several groups in an effort to build community amongst colleagues, provide in-depth learning, share best practice, and generate new knowledge. These key domain areas are central functions held by many professionals across our campuses and are a great way to engage in professional development.