- News & events
- About us
- Student Commons
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- Faculty and Staff Resources
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- Spring 2020 Convocation
- The Roundtable
- Conversion Therapy Survey
- Fall 2020 Convocation
- RESET Team
- Spring 2021 Convocation
- Planetary Health Research Group
The FHS Communications team is responsible for communicating and promoting the mission and values of the Faculty to faculty members, students, staff, alumni and the broader external community. Working in consultation with SFU Communications & Marketing, we provide a range of communication services.
Questions? Please email email@example.com
News & promotion
SFU media experts
If you would like to:
- share your expertise with the media
- receive media training and/or support ahead of an interview
please reach out to the FHS Communications Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pitching stories to the media
A media release is an official announcement issued to generate media coverage. Newsworthy items include significant research publications and/or findings, awards or accomplishments, and high-profile events.
Issues and Experts
An Issues and Experts (I&E) piece is shorter than a media release and its main purpose is to generate interviews with SFU subject matter experts for current affairs topics.
If you would like help alerting the media via one of the above methods, we can help connect you to SFU Media Relations.
Stories for FHS social media and website
To help us assess your content for inclusion on the FHS web site or social media channels, please consider the following:
- Is this content time sensitive? Is there an embargo?
- Why is your story important and how does it affect the general public?
- What are the key facts?
- Who else should we contact for additional details for your story?
- Do you have photos or graphics we can use?
- Which social media accounts should we tag?
The FHS Communications team can (when appropriate):
- Create an event flyer
- Create an event page on SFU Events
- Set up RSVP links
We can also help:
- Amplify existing event details on social media
- Add information about your event to the Undergraduate newsletter
Graphics and posters
FHS Communications can work with you to help create graphics and posters to promote an upcoming event. Please provide a minimum of 4 weeks notice prior to your event. (Ideally, you want to have at least 3 weeks for your posters to be seen by faculty, staff, and students.)
FHS promotion materials & resources
The FHS Communications team has access to:
- Program brochures (Jan 2022)
- Printable versions of the 'Year in Review'
- FHS stand up banner
- Graduate programs stand up banner
- FHS branded table cloth (for conferences or student fairs)
- Swag items
- Red cloths for catering tables (events in Blusson Hall only)
Photos for social media
We always encourage you to take your own photos which can be used on social media. If, however, you would like higher quality images, we may be able to assist depending on time, location, and availability.
Logos, templates & guides
SFU brand & templates
FHS brand & templates
The FHS logos, letterhead and PowerPoint templates are available upon request.
Please contact email@example.com to obtain these assets or to ask your branding and/or logo usage questions.
SFU editorial guidelines
The official editorial style guide for SFU outlines writing standards, including when to use capitalizations, how to write academic degrees, the correct way to write traditional acknowledgements, which forms of address to use, and a large number of other topics.
First Nations traditional acknowledgement
We encourage all who wish to acknowledge that SFU is located on traditional First Nations lands to do so in their email signature. See suggested wording here.
Website & social media
Updating staff/faculty profile
To update your profile, please send us your updated text. We will then copy and paste it directly to your profile.
If your photo is out of date, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to have new photos taken.
Updating information on the website
Please email email@example.com with the page URL and/or screenshot of the page if you find any out-of-date information or broken links on the website.