Publicize Your Event

The School of Science Marketing and Events team should be made aware of any events being hosted in conjunction with campus involving any departments of programs in the School of Science.  Contact us at 317-274-4585 or mktscien@iupui.edu to learn more about how we can help promote your event.  Below you will find helpful tips for general event promotion.

Do you have a event you want to publicize?

Events are an opportunity to get the word out about your department and School; therefore, remember to include your department and the school as the sponsoring entities. For promotion of single events which are expected to be of interested to the campus community only, you may promote them through the following avenues.

School Outlets

  • E-catalyst newsletters
    • Frequency: Monthly
    • Audience: alumni, donors, internal
    • Deadline: First of the month for that month’s edition
    • Contact: mktscien@iupui.edu
  • Science listerv: 
    • Frequency: As needed
    • Audience: Science faculty & Staff
    • Contact: Mark Federwisch
  • This Week in Science E-Newsletter
    • Frequency: Weekly (when classes are in session)
    • Audience: Science undergraduates
    • Contact: Joe Thompson
  • School & IUPUI Websites & Social Media: This includes school and department event calendars, the School calendar on the IUPUI event site, and School and IUPUI social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Submit your event info to sosweb@iupui.edu
  • Event flyers can be placed on school bulletin boards (in stairwells between SL and LD)
  • Events can be promoted via departmental digital boards (PowerPoint slide). Contact mktscien@iupui.edu for more information.

IU/IUPUI Outlets

Beyond Campus

All releases or information intended for off-campus or external audiences must be reviewed and should be routed through the Associate Director of Communications Candace Gwaltney at 317-274-0685 or cmgwaltn@iupui.edu. The School of Science Office of Marketing and Communications have sole authorization to issue press releases on behalf of the School of Science and its department, programs and centers.