Support from Research Communications
Our mission is to support the communications needs of both the Office of Research and the wider university research community. We can help with website changes, graphic design and marketing needs, writing and photography, and other related services.
If you need support—or just have a great idea for a research story—we encourage you to use the forms below to let us know how we can help. The information required to complete the forms will help us understand and address your request in a timely manner.
Research Communications produces research-related content for its own platforms as well as for UGA’s main university news outlets. We also manage Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn channels on behalf of the Office of Research and Innovation Gateway.
If you have a tip or idea about a good story, let us know! The form below requests information we’ll need to evaluate your tip, and we’ll respond within 48 hours to all suggestions.
Design & branding help
Part of Research Communications’ role is to design compelling marketing communications materials on behalf of clients within the Office of Research. This includes ensuring that all design products are compliant with UGA visual identify standards.
More information about UGA branding for Office of Research units is available. For most typical design jobs, the form below will provide us with the information we need to understand and provide a service timeline. We will respond to all requests within 48 hours.
We provide web support for Office of Research units, centers, institutes, research initiatives, core facilities and special project websites from concept to launch of live website on a production server. These sites must support the mission of the Office of Research.
Most minor changes are easily managed by content editors. Some aspects of website maintenance are administered by the Research Communications web support team.
Common requests for changes, edits and corrections will be completed within 48 hours.
• Complex text changes or corrections
• Updating an existing photo
• Adding or replacing downloadable documents
• Editing forms
• Creating photo sliders
• Creating one page of new text
• Creating or editing tables with data
• Editing content in the header, footer or navigation
More complex updates or projects will require further discussion. We will work with you to agree upon a timeframe. Examples include:
• Extensive design or navigation changes
• Form creation
• Addition of calendar feeds
• New sites or more than 1 new page
Please contact Michael Terrazas at email@example.com to discuss larger web projects.
Training for web content managers can be provided by request and typically takes 30 minutes to an hour. Please contact Jenn Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a training session.
If you have additional questions about Research Communications support, please contact Michael Terrazas for assistance at email@example.com.