CALS Comm Workshop: Knocking It Out of the Park – Researchers’ Advice on Media Relations
Come hear an all-star group of faculty members speak about how they got started, lessons learned, rocking media interviews and getting comfortable with self-promotion.
CALS Comm Workshop – Getting THE Quote
Join us for the September CALS Comm Workshop where we'll discuss interview techniques and encouraging reluctant interviewees.
Give Us Your Best Shot!
Our faculty and staff members think and do in hometowns across North Carolina and the world. CALS Magazine’s fall issue will focus on international programs, and we’re seeking great photos that illustrate our global efforts and impact.
CALS Comm Workshop – Creating Engaging Social Media Content
Join us for the August CALS Comm Workshop where we'll discuss how to create engaging social media content that fosters community, increases brand awareness and creatively conveys your message.
CALS Comm Workshop – Video Building from Scratch
Your ideas are solidified, but you still aren't sure how to capture the story on camera. Join us for the July CALS Comm Workshop where we'll supply advice on pre-production and post-production activities that will bring your story to life.
Editorial Style: LGBT Topics
Associated Press style provides guidelines for news writing. Many newspapers, magazines and public relations offices across the United States use AP style. This week's update focuses language relating to sexual orientation and gender.
CALS Comm Workshop – Opening Lines: Getting Your Story Off to a Strong Start
On June 10, D'Lyn Ford, will lead a CALS Comm hands-on workshop writing headlines, leads and excerpts for posts, articles or stories.
AP Style Tips from University Communications: Capitalization
Associated Press style provides guidelines for news writing. Many newspapers, magazines and public relations offices across the United States use AP style. This week's update focuses on capitalization.
CALS Comm Workshop – Kicking Off A Video Series
On May 13, Justin Moore and Julie Hayworth-Perman will share lessons learned while developing NC State Extension's Homegrown video series, and hear from Simone Keith, Extension's video guru, all about video production best practices and technologies.
University Approved Font Usage and Licensing
Typography plays an important role in establishing and reinforcing NC State's brand. NC State’s primary typeface is Univers. University Communications has obtained site licenses for campus communicators.