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News, Media and Communications

Explore the campus resources available to support faculty in promoting their work through the media.

 Feinberg News Center & News on Faculty Profiles

Stories from the Feinberg News Center that feature or quote you will appear in the News tab of your faculty profile. To display here, the original Feinberg news story must contain a link to your faculty profile. 

The News Center is maintained by the Feinberg Office of Communications and covers the latest happenings in education and research at the medical school. The News Center also captures mentions of Feinberg people and work in external media outlets. You may submit a news item that you wish to share with the Feinberg community.

 Social Media

Faculty promoting their work via social media should review the medical school's Social Media Guidelines page. The medical school's Office of Communications also has a team available that can coach you on social media best practices. To connect with the team, please complete the Request a Project Form.

Also, connect with Feinberg and our partners on social media.

 Feinberg Media Relations Training

The Feinberg Office of Communications team is available to provide faculty with media relations training, including guidance on how to promote your work in the media, interview tips, and instructions on interacting with the press.

 Galter Library Research Assessment & Communications

The Department of Research Assessment and Communications in the Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center supports faculty by providing expertise in bibliometrics and alternative metrics, information visualization for research assessment, and advisory services for increasing the visibility and accessibility of research in a digital environment. Learn more.

 Northwestern Communications & Media Engagement Programs

Northwestern's Office of the Provost offers programs designed to empower faculty to more effectively engage with the media and communicate their research to the public, in writing, in person, and on social media. Visit the Communications and Media Engagement Programs page for more information.

 Communication Templates & Branding

The Feinberg Office of Communications offers many resources to help you craft a professional image and consistent brand through your communications. Access logos, Zoom background images, templates for PowerPoint presentations, research posters, and newsletters...and much more! See what they have to offer.