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Jennifer Ammoscato

Service offers centralized source for season’s greetings

The Office of Public Affairs and Communications and the Document Imaging Centre have teamed up to make it easier to send holiday greetings on campus.

An online form will allow departments to order cards bearing a selection of seasonal imagery and text greetings for use as printed cards, e-cards, or both.

“We wanted to give people the flexibility to personalize their holiday cards, while still ensuring a manageable workload that can turn around the product in a reasonable amount of time,” says Jennifer Ammoscato, senior manager of marketing, publications and Web.

Marketing campaign encourages prospective students to Think UWindsor

A marketing campaign rolling out this month depicts the decision process students undertake when choosing a university, and reassures them that they won’t get lost in the crowd at the University of Windsor.

The campaign ranges across a number of media in southwestern Ontario markets, says chief communications officer Holly Ward. Print advertising includes daily and community newspapers, placards in public transit and posters in shopping malls. Commercials will run before movies in cinemas and on radio stations.

Marketing campaign encourages prospective students to Think UWindsor

A marketing campaign rolling out this month depicts the decision process students undertake when choosing a university, and reassures them that they won’t get lost in the crowd at the University of Windsor.

The campaign ranges across a number of media in southwestern Ontario markets, says Holly Ward, executive director of Public Affairs and Communications. Print advertising includes daily and community newspapers, placards in public transit and posters in shopping malls. Commercials will run before movies in cinemas and on radio stations.