To ensure the accurate dissemination of public health information and consistency of design of signage across all campus locations, Virginia Tech will engage a centralized process to approve and install signage in public-facing university spaces in campus locations across the Commonwealth.
In her new role, Roediger will lead an integrated, digitally driven communications strategy that highlights college impact, drives constituent engagement, and builds upon the college’s international profile.
As the Pamplin College of Business moves forward with its mission to lead technology and business intelligence, Becky Freemal will lead efforts to build integrated and cohesive messaging to engage alumni, students, parents, and corporate partners.
Wetter will work with University Relations and campus communications offices to develop a comprehensive communications and marketing program that raises the awareness of Virginia Tech in the National Capital Region.
As the founding director of marketing and communications for Virginia Tech's Moss Arts Center, Ducote helped launch the performing arts center from its groundbreaking through its fifth anniversary season.
The media relations television and radio studio, inside the Moss Arts Center, can broadcast professional live HD video and audio to networks, news agencies, and affiliates interviewing Virginia Tech faculty and staff. The studio is operational around the clock and is free.
The university was recognized with top honors at two recent CASE conferences. Awards recognized Virginia Tech Magazine, work with young alumni, the web series Save Our Towns, and the Virginia Tech Emoji Keyboard.
The spring edition of Virginia Tech Magazine features Professor Mark Edwards and the Flint Water Study team's work with lead-contaminated water in Flint, Michigan; the university's first set of graduating quadruplets; essays by Provost Thanassis Rikakis, Vice President for Research and Innovation Theresa Mayer, and Vice Provost for Inclusion and Diversity and Vice President for Strategic Affairs Menah Pratt-Clarke; and more.
Hincker served Virginia Tech as its senior communications officer, initially as director of Educational Communications, then as director of University Relations, and ultimately as associate vice president for University Relations.
Virginia Tech’s Advancement Division recently received three Awards of Excellence from the Council of Advancement and Support of Education, District III, for communications projects produced during the 2014-2015 academic year.