UCSF Communicators Network

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Upcoming Events

Fri Aug 25
Communicators: UCSF Brand Workshop
An opportunity for counsel and guidance on your design and communciations projects from the UCSF Brand Communications team. Bring your design projects, creative briefs, and/or plans for feedback.
9am - 10am | N-617 + Add to calendar
Wed Aug 30
Communicators Brown Bag 12pm - 1pm | Parnassus + Add to calendar
Wed Aug 30
Communicators Brown Bag: Update on UCSF Mobile App
UCSF Mobile App Update: Monica Map, Timmy Ta & Wayne Cheung from Campus Life Services will present and do a demo on the UCSF Mobile App. They are looking for Communicator feedback on content, functionality and recommendations.
12pm - 1pm | S-178 + Add to calendar
Wed Oct 11
Communicators Social 4:30pm - 6pm | Parnassus + Add to calendar
Thu Dec 07
Communicators Holiday Party 4pm - 6pm | Parnassus + Add to calendar

The UCSF Communicators Network is a forum for staff and faculty involved in communications to share knowledge and resources, develop and distribute best practices, and coordinate internal communications.

The term "communicator" is loosely defined as (one of) the person(s) within each department or unit that may be responsible for communications in some or all forms. Some members are full-time communication managers, editors, and/or webmasters; others, especially in smaller units, are charged with just some communication tasks in addition to other responsibilities. The network has currently over 250 members.

This website will serve and expand as a repository for resources and information, along with the Communicators Chatter Group, which enables members to share news, questions and answers. If you are not already on Chatter, here are some quick instructions on how to join.

Please contribute to the network with your ideas and best practices, and by highlighting issues and information relevant to communications at UCSF.