Media Relations and News Content is responsible for developing and implementing a proactive media relations program to support the communications and marketing mission of the College through coverage in regional, national and international print, broadcast, and electronic media. They develop, execute, and measure the college's media relations and news content strategy.
Each member of the Office of Communications & Marketing serves as a liaison or point of contact to various departments and offices on campus. The liaison meets with each assigned area at least once a semester to discuss possible news or story ideas, programmatic or event-driven content, and to share general information or updates. The liaison may or may not be the one to produce content. Considerations for content will be vetted weekly. View all content liaisons.
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News Publicity Policy
Outlines how to send news for publicity for your department, as well as how news gets picked for the homepage. read more
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Professor of Philosophy
DeNicola's recent book is Learning to Flourish: A Philosophical Exploration of Liberal Education, published by Continuum/Bloomsbury, August, 2012. Related articles have appeared in several anthologies. He is working on a book on ignorance. It examines the interplay of knowledge and ignorance, using four spatial metaphors: place, boundary, limit, and horizon. DeNicola will direct the London Seminar in fall 2013: Rational Radicals: the Rise of the Utilitarians, that will focus on the life and works of John Stuart Mill and three related thinkers.
Expertise: philosophy of education, ethics, epistemology