The Office of Communications/Publications has a dual focus: it provides campus news and information to the internal campus community, as well as providing communications and marketing support to Seminary departments and programs in communicating with external audiences.
The Office of Communications/Publications produces publications to educate and inform the Seminary community and/or the public about campus news and programs, emerging trends and issues in theological education, and the work and accomplishments of students, faculty, staff, and alumni/ae.
inSpire magazine is published three times annually to report on major Seminary initiatives and developments in theological education, to highlight the ministry of alumni/ae, and to provide theological reflection on issues facing the church and the world.
The Office of Communications/Publications supports the communications and marketing needs of Seminary departments, offices, and programs by helping them develop publications, advertising, web pages, and other media to meet their objectives. We provide editorial and creative services including concept development, writing, graphic design, photography, manuscript editing, copywriting, proofreading, layout, and bid management for projects ranging from program catalogs to institutional advertising.
To achieve editorial accuracy and graphic consistency, the Office of Communications/Publications has developed for all its publications, print and electronic, a Logo and Identity Standards Manual and an Editorial Style Guide. The Office of Communications/Publications is charged with implementing these resources.