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Marketing

Marketing

We can help you develop a marketing strategy with a mix of options to help you engage your target audience.

For questions about marketing, please contact Kyle Marxhausen, Marketing and Project Manager. 

Graphic Design

We work on projects that align with the UMD Strategic Plan, enrollment goals, and/or donor relations. We are not able to work on all campus projects from start to finish. However, we can offer you guidance, review pieces, and make recommendations. This includes layout, branding guidelines, visuals, text, paper selection, overage needs, and print pricing.

We can also provide you with contact information for graphic designers, writers, and printers. Please note that projects often require anywhere from six to ten weeks turnaround time.

For questions about graphic design, please contact UMPR's Graphic and Multimedia Designer, Charlene Aaseng.

Photography

Images are a vital component of communication. UMPR maintains a photo library that you can access any time to download photos for UMD web and print projects. We work with campus departments to provide photography services and resources. Requests are fulfilled based on availability. Priority is given to requests that can be used for multiple purposes and those with a focus on recruitment, fundraising, public relations, marketing, special events, and unique projects such as publications and brochures. Professional studio headshot photos are also available upon request. Please make requests three to four weeks in advance.

For questions about photography, please contact UMD's Director of Photography, Brett Groehler.

Videography

Video is a great way to engage your audience with a compelling story and visuals. UMPR produces award-winning video content aimed at communicating the UMD brand and values we uphold, while celebrating student and faculty success. We are always looking for story ideas that align with our goals. Share an idea with us!

Examples of what we do:

For questions about photography, please contact David Cowardin, UMD Videographer.