Resources

Information about all of the resources maintained and administered by University Communications (UC),  including the Brand Guide, Faculty Experts Guide, online Events calendar, filming permits, press releases and news, as well as guidelines and tips on photography, social media, videography, and  the University website is available on this site, as listed in the left navigation bar.

University Communications Publications & Projects

@Texas Newsletter (UC Digital Content Group)

UT At A Glance brochure (UC Marketing and Creative Services)

Faculty Media Interview Guide (UC Media Relations)

Longhorn Network: Game Changers (UC Marketing and Creative Services)

What Starts Here Changes the World website (UC Marketing and Creative Services)

 

Other University units create and publish the following: 

UT Publications

Texas Student Media

University of Texas Press

College and School Magazines and Newsletters

Cockrell School of Engineering: UT Engineer

College of Fine Arts Dean's Newsletter

College of Liberal Arts: Life and Letters

College of Natural Sciences: Texas Science News (subscription information only)

Dell Medical School Newsletter (includes subscription information)

Jackson School of Geosciences: Advancing Excellence

McCombs School of Business: Texas Enterprise

Moody College of Communication: Hooked In

School of Architecture: eNews

School of Information Newsletter (subscription information)

School of Law: UT Law

School of Social Work: The Utopian

Department, Centers, and Institutes Magazines and Newsletters:

Blanton e-Newsletter (subscription information only)

Briscoe Center for American History: News from the Brisco Center 

Harry Ransom Center eNews (subscription information)

School of Journalism: Reporting Texas

Knight Center for Journalism Weekly Newsletter (subscription information only)

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Newsletters

Landmarks Public Art Program Mailing List (subscription information only)

LBJ Presidential Library: LBJ Newsletter (subscription information)

Marine Science Institute: Science and the Sea

McDonald Observatory: StarDate

Texas Advanced Computing Center Newsletter

University of Texas Libraries Newsletter