April 24, 2018
Working at JWU
Reminder: Presentation of JWU’s New Brand Concept with 160over90 on April 25
Over the last few months, JWU has engaged the services of the creative agency 160over90 to develop a marketing and communications campaign to better position the university and tell our unique story.
Representatives from 160over90 are excited to share the final brand concept with JWU faculty and staff at two upcoming town hall meetings on Wednesday, April 25. Read more in a recent memo for details on these presentations.
On April 18, NBC 10 highlighted the spring Media & Politics Café hosted by the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences during its 6pm newscast. The discussion panel included NBC 10 I-Team reporter Parker Gavigan, Providence City Councilwoman Nirva LaFortune and Providence Police Major Michael Correia. Watch now.
The Narragansett Times published an article highlighting the ongoing partnership between JWU design students and the South County Art Association (SCAA). JWU students worked with SCAA leadership as part of a re-branding effort, which included a new logo and collateral, as well as ongoing web design. Read now.