Office of Public Relations

The Office of Public Relations serves as the strategic center for Henderson State communications. The office maintains an active partnership with students, staff, faculty, and the administration. Professionals in writing and editing, graphic design, online communication, photography and marketing work together to serve the university community and support the university vision and mission.

The office is responsible for:  

Maintaining relationships with press and media.
Writing and sending all university press releases.
Coordinating all university marketing and promotional efforts.
Coordinating and producing university print publications.
Coordinating social media efforts.
Maintaining the university brand.
Developing and maintaining the university website.
Emergency communication.

Located on the ground floor of Womack Hall, Rooms 112-116



Public Relations Staff 

Press Release Submission Form

 



Visual Identity and Style Guide

Henderson State University is a diverse institution comprised of many separate units. No college or department stands alone or is completely apart from the larger institution. Building recognition and understanding of the institution as a whole strengthens the position of the university and is a responsibility we all share. Anyone who prepares publications, correspondence, advertising, signs, and symbols that represent the university has a responsibility to follow these guidelines.

Visual Identity and Style Guide (PDF)

 

 
 
 
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“At HSU my schedule in any given semester was likely to include chemistry and philosophy, or biology and history, or physics and literature. That juxtaposition of ideas helped me understand things in ways that I probably wouldn’t have otherwise. A physicist who has learned how to think like a historian, or like a biologist, or like a philosopher is much better equipped to solve a wide variety of complex problems than someone who has mastered some quantity of technical information.”
 

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Dr. Anthony P. LyonsBachelor of Science - Physics, 1988
 
 
 
 
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