The Office of Marketing and Communications promotes the mission, values, and ideals of University of Saint Joseph through contact with external and internal audiences. The Office is responsible for planning, directing and implementing publications, marketing and promoting strategic plans to further the objectives and mission of the University, as stated in the University's Strategic Plan.
Location: McGovern Hall, second floor
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Email: [email protected]
As a graphic designer, Joel is responsible for participating in the creative strategy, implementation, design, and production of materials that reflect and advance the mission and image of the University of Saint Joseph, as well as uphold its design standards.
As a Communications Coordinator, Sam is primarily responsible for creating videos for the University's YouTube channel that reflect and advance the mission and image of the University of Saint Joseph.
Caitlin oversees and manages the University of Saint Joseph's digital marketing initiatives with an emphasis on the strategic advancement of core marketing and communications objectives in support of the University strategic plan.
Kathie coordinates the University's Web site presence on the Internet. Kathie works with various constituencies of the University community to populate the site with clear, concise, accurate text and to ensure that all submitted documents meet USJ publications standards. Kathie also provides training for the content management system used by departments to maintain information on the external Web site.
As a Communications Coordinator/Writer, Betsy writes new faculty bios for the website, various news stories, recruitment brochures, and publications. She is also a contributing writer to the University’s Outlook Magazine.
Diana is responsible for overseeing the Office of Marketing and Communications.
Manager of Publications and Design
Beth is the lead Graphic Designer of the Office of Marketing and Communications. She works with the various schools, departments and offices of the University to fulfill all their marketing needs, as it adheres to University standards and vision. Beth coordinates the design and printing of brochures, pamphlets, flyers, posters, interior/exterior signage, logos, stationery, online banners, web graphics, Outlook Magazine, Annual Report, and any other materials needed to promote and deliver our University message throughout the USJ community.
Communications Coordinator/Social Media
As a Communications Coordinator, Jasmine handles the University’s e-newsletter, Campus Update, manages university-wide social media accounts, and promotes USJ brand standards and consistency across digital platforms. She also assists with writing news features and stories for the Office of Marketing and Communications.
On Friday, Dec. 8, 2017, USJ welcomed the Aurora Women and Girls Foundation to Lynch Hall on our West Hartford campus. The Aurora Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization that uses philanthropy with a gender lens to direct resources to women and girls so that they can achieve their social, economic, and career goals. “Having …
On Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, University of Saint Joseph (USJ) Trustee Brewster B. Perkins received the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP) Outstanding Philanthropist in Connecticut Award. He was honored at AFP’s National Philanthropy Day Conference, which is dedicated to recognizing the individuals and organizations that enhance communities. A generous philanthropist, Mr. Perkins serves on the …
West Hartford Public Schools (WHPS) will present the exhibit, “We All Have a Story to Tell: Inspiring Equity Through Community Conversations,” on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, and Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the West Hartford Town Hall. The multimedia exhibit will showcase the stories of community members who work diligently to inspire …
On Friday, December 1, 2017 the University of Saint Joseph Women LEAD (Lead, Empower, Advance, Discover) in STEAM Group; members of the USJ Tri Beta Biological Honor Society, and other faculty and staff donated an entry to the Wadsworth Atheneum’s Annual Festival of Trees and Traditions. The tree’s theme, “Worlds of Wonder” reflects the art and …
When Melissa Brown, Ph.D., R.D., assistant professor of Nutrition and Public Health, joined USJ in 2016, she recognized the chance for collaboration between her department and the University’s athletic teams. With an interest in Performance Nutrition, Brown worked with Jackie Piscitelli, associate athletic director; Elizabeth Tenison, M.S., R.D., USJ Dietetic Internship director; and Margery Lawrence, …
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USJ’s acting troupe, Queenes Companye, will present the Wickedly Witty One-Acts from Thursday, Nov. 16, through Saturday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m., in the Hoffman Auditorium of Bruyette Athenaeum on the University’s West Hartford campus. Throughout its history, Queenes Companye – led by faculty advisor Mark Zelinsky, Ph.D., associate professor of English and chair of …
The Nursing Career Fair took place on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. Health care and medical companies in attendance included: Bristol Hospital and Healthcare Group, Community Health Resources (CHR), Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, Hartford Hospital, Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Seabury, Travelers, and Yale-New Haven Hospital. “The Nursing Career Fair is a …