Communications & Marketing

The communications office of the University of Nebraska is responsible for information regarding the activities of university administration, the Board of Regents and the office of the president.

News releases and media relations, interviews with senior administrators and faculty, university-wide events, and marketing, advertising and public relations activities of the university are handled through this office. The office of communications is also responsible for university-wide identity standards and this Web site.

Contact

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Vice President, University Affairs

Jackie Ostrowicki
Assistant Vice President for University Affairs and Director of Marketing and Strategic Communications
(402) 472-7130
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Melissa Lee
Director of Communications
(402) 472-7127
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Jenny Reeser
Director of Events
(402) 472-7121
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Stephanie Pistillo
Communications Associate
(402) 472-7863
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Related links

Campus communications offices
UNL Communications
UNO Communications
UNK Communications
UNMC Communications

Licensing of athletic and other university trademarks
UNL and University of Nebraska Licensing (Huskers, "N," university seal)
UNO Licensing (Mavericks)

News media resource center
University identity standards
Pioneering New Frontiers advertising campaign

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