Elizabeth Keri

Communications Specialist

Covering news, social media, event promotion, and marketing for CAS

 [email protected]
336.334.5397

Sarah Vetter

Web Developer & Site Administrator

Supporting all CAS departments with their website needs

[email protected]
336.334.3658

Support for departments and programs may include:

NEWS FEATURES

News stories are regularly featured on the College of Arts & Sciences’ News page.

Have a news tip? Contact Elizabeth Keri.

Email Newsletter: The College’s email newsletter is distributed every other month to college alumni, faculty, staff, and students. Click here to start receiving the newsletter in your inbox.

News and Media Relations: Assistance can also be offered with placing timely and interesting news in print, digital, and broadcast media. Please pitch only your area’s most newsworthy updates. Here are some tips on ensuring your pitch is newsworthy.

Social Media

Follow the College of Arts & Sciences on X (Twitter)FacebookInstagram, and LinkedIn – and tag CAS to have your department’s tweets and posts amplified.

Important social media reminders:

EVENT PROMOTION

Events for the College of Arts & Sciences are featured on the CAS calendar here.

To have your event listed, please complete the CAS Event Submission Form.   

For events with a wide public appeal, please contact Elizabeth Keri at least two months in advance for more in-depth event promotion. Photography at events may be offered as scheduling allows.  

WEBSITE UPDATES

Email [email protected] with details about your request.

Regarding website migrations to the new UNCG design theme, visit the CAS Website Migrations page for more info.

Spot an error? Report it using this form.

While the CAS webmaster cannot directly assist with catalog changes, I can share information about contacts and processes.

In a nutshell:

  • The catalog is managed through the University Registrar’s Office.
  • All faculty have access to submit curriculum changes.
  • Each department has a designated user who can make content changes.
    • By default, the department head or office director is given access.
    • Unit head can send an email to URO designating any users that they need to add.

The Process

From Tim Cripe, URO Academic Infrastructure Analyst:

Narrative Content

This is typically the department overview area. Narrative content in the University Catalog is edited via an annual update cycle. Each department has a designated Catalog user with editing privileges for their department’s content. [CAS does not have a record of these users, so check within your department for that contact.]

The annual editing window for this content opens on March 1 and closes on April 15. The user receives email notifications about training opportunities and deadlines. 

Curricular Content

Curricular changes, such as the title of a degree or minor, must be submitted via the CourseLeaf CIM module. All faculty have access to submit curriculum changes.

More information about CIM is posted in the CourseLeaf portal for UNCG.

Faculty Lists

The information on the Faculty page is dynamically generated from Banner, so it can be manipulated only by changing information in Banner. 

Communicate changes regarding listing or not listing an instructor to the person in your department who handles faculty personnel records; they should use established processes to notify Faculty Personnel Services in the Office of the Provost. 

  • The name displayed can be modified by the individual in UNCGenie: 
    • Click on Personal Information > Click on Update Faculty/Employee Directory Information. 

Dependent upon the time of year, the update may not be visible in the Live Catalog for the current academic term; however, it will be visible in the Draft Catalog for the next academic year (https://nextcatalog.uncg.edu) after the data is refreshed. 



This information was last updated March 21, 2024.

Mailing Lists

Contact Sarah and/or Elizabeth for guidance on starting or maintaining a mailing list. There are some important requirements to consider when using digital mass-communication tools, especially regarding accessibility. More info will be posted here soon. For now, please note the following:

BRAND GUIDANCE

All external communications – flyers, email blasts, social media, logos, advertisements, and letters – should follow the university’s brand guidelines. Contact Elizabeth Keri or University Communications for assistance.

A UNCG flag attached to a lightpost with trees surrounding. The flag says Find Your Way Here.

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BRAND KITS

Department logos, branded letterheads, PowerPoint templates, email signatures, and more

Use your UNCG account (Microsoft) to access.

Tutorials

For additional assistance, explore this growing list of video tutorials. CAS Communications Workshops will be hosted once per semester around a timely communications-related topic. To be added to the invitation list for these workshops, please email Elizabeth Keri.

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