The University Relations-Health Sciences team can help you with communication needs for schools, departments and programs. The following resources will help you identify your communicator, submit project requests and communicate with Health Sciences IT members.
Determine who you should contact for your school.
Have a website and not sure how to approach updating, maintaining and developing content for it? The website content guide will provide resources to help you learn more about best practices for Health Sciences websites.
Digital Infostations are the best choice for sharing details about events and information pertinent to the WVU Health Sciences community. Infostation screens are placed around the Health Sciences campus and are a great way to raise awareness of an event or important happenings at Health Sciences. Messages last roughly 8-10 seconds on screen, so information must be concise.
Common Area Guidelines for signage was developed by the Health Sciences Planning Committee and are available for review.
Please note: If this is an event listing that applies to a smaller audience, placing the event on the WVU Calendar will feed through to the Infostations and through the appropriate Health Sciences school websites, as well as the main Health Sciences calendar page.
Announcements for Health Sciences events and information may be submitted to appear on the Employee Hub and tagged to distribute in the HSC schools' e-newsletters. All content must be submitted using this form.
Health Sciences supports the events of all schools and programs on campus as they provide avenues for faculty, staff, students, parents and families, and the community, to connect.
When submitting project requests, please include requested content and all supporting material such as photography, graphics, etc. Due to workload and institutional priorities, design projects are subject to approval.
Short-form social and marketing videos run from 60 to 90 seconds and tell a story. These are videos that can be used on social media channels such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, on your website or included in program materials. Due to workload, projects are subject to approval and may be deferred based on institutional priorities. Our current focus includes student recruitment, research news and healthcare commitment and outreach to the state.
If your project is not for social media purposes, MDTV is available to produce video in-house at Health Sciences. Click more to learn about their rates, production process and availability.
University Relations/Communications helps prospective and current students, alumni and parents, opinion leaders, and the community at large learn about the state’s flagship higher education institution. The information hub for news and information about the University is our website WVUToday.
University Relations photography is available for headshot and in-house photography at Health Sciences, for a fee. Please submit your project request or review the options below to find out more.
The WVU Medicine Media Services Team assists with news inquiries regarding WVU Medicine doctors, patients and clinics.
WVU's central calendar has specific areas to submit your events to, and you can tag your school/department/program in the system. These events appear campus-wide, and also on websites you tag that have calendars. They also appear on the Health Sciences main calendar page (they will need to be tagged appropriately).
Health Sciences' IT team can help you with everything from computer support, to phone issues, to classroom tech support.
Reserve a room across campus at West Virginia University. Enter Health Sciences as your location.