The Dean’s Office should be made aware of all events. Following these protocols regarding events should help.
First, be sure to alert Richard and Brittani in Marketing and Communications via email regarding all events, big and small, as early in the process as possible. Brittani is our Marketing Coordinator and is the point person in Marketing and Communications for events. And, as more details become known, continue to communicate those to us. We want to help promote your events and knowing about the event, in ample time, will help us to accomplish that.
Second, it is required that all events involving CAMD are represented on the CAMD website; they can be posted via specific departmental pages. If you need assistance, let Marketing know through email, and we can help you post the event in the correct place. By getting your event up on the website as early as possible, the entire College, as well as the University, will be aware of it and that will lessen the likelihood of other competing events being scheduled at the same time as your event. On rare occasions, you may be asked to move your event to another date, if possible, if there is a large College-wide event scheduled at the same time. The goal is to avoid having more than one CAMD event that is intended for, or will attract, similar audience members, competing with one another.
Last, many events request or require the Dean’s presence. Some ask for her in a speaking role, some just to meet and greet. We understand that there are times when events come together late, but in an effort to fulfill these requests and get these events on the Dean’s schedule, a minimum of one weeks’ notice, especially if remarks are requested, is required. Requests for the Dean’s presence should be emailed to Richard in Marketing and Communications and the Dean’s Executive Assistant, Lindsey Gordon. If invitations are being utilized, Marketing and Communications and Lindsey should receive a copy of those as well, along with a list of VIPs, if available.