As we approach the ten-year mark of the Hurricane Katrina’s landfall, the Office of Communications and Marketing is collecting stories from our campus community about students, faculty, and staff who were affected by the storm.
Office of Communications and Marketing News
The Office of Communications and Marketing won six awards from the Tennessee College Public Relations Association.
The Office of Communications and Marketing has redesigned and relaunched the UT Experts Guide.
The Office of Communications and Marketing received a special award at the fiftieth annual American Advertising “ADDY” Awards ceremony Saturday night.
The four-stage process of implementing the new logo is at its halfway point. This week, the communications office will contact liaisons for the units assigned to Block 3.
Beginning January 1, 2015, the Knoxville campus community will see an exciting change—a new logo. The new logo features the Power T, instead of the system “UT” icon, and an updated wordmark. It will represent all UT Knoxville colleges, departments, centers, institutes, and administrative offices.
Welcome to the redesigned Tennessee Today website, the hub for news on our campus. As you look around the site, you will notice major changes. The redesigned home page showcases top UT headlines and latest news, and allows readers to search the site. The redesign has improved the mobile version of the site, making it easier to read stories from your phone or tablet.
The university’s Office of Alumni and Development and the Office of Communications and Marketing have won top awards in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education Circle of Excellence international competition. The communications and marketing team captured a Gold Award for their work on re-branding the T transit system in partnership with the Office of Parking and Transit. The Knoxville campus alumni and development team won a Silver Award for last fall’s Big Orange Give campaign.
The photography work of Tom Owens, the longtime director of the Video and Photography Center, has captured the attention of several art aficionados lately. Two of his photographs recently won in the Arts & Culture Alliance National Juried Exhibition. About forty pieces were chosen from more than 350 entries. Several of his photographs can now be seen around Knoxville from the “Arts in the Airport” exhibit to the Mayors’ Show in the City County Building downtown.
The Office of Communications and Marketing recently won several awards, including a top award, in local and regional advertising, communications, and marketing competitions.