In the wake of student protests and a growing call for racial and social justice action, the Office of Communications partnered with members of the ECL Executive Leadership Team to create a digital space for this dialogue. Full descriptions of the demands levied, forms for feedback, and progress reports are just some of the elements meant to provide a full, clear picture for newcomers and organizers alike.
Tasked with creating print and digital banners for 2016's inaugural ECL Student Affairs Institute, the Office of Communications came up with a fun, clean aesthetic designed to encourage sign-ups for the busy higher-ed professional. Keep an eye on the SAI web page for information about events this Fall and beyond!
The Class of 2019 is one of the most diverse in Emory's history. The pitch from the Creating Emory team was simple: take demographic data collected by Emory's registrar, and turn it into an engaging (yet concise!) animated infographic that showcases the strength of our first-years' cultural spectrum. Video editing and voiceover recording done in-house using myriad Adobe Creative Suite programs (After Effects, Audition, Illustrator)


Welcome to ECL's Office of Communications! This site serves as your hub for the division's marketing and digital wing -- everything from resources for branding (unit signatures! colors!) to our official project request form. Of course, we also wouldn't mind the opportunity to introduce ourselves first :)

If you have any questions or comments about the site, please reach out to Matt Cone at

Featured Project: Campus Life Center

The Campus Life Center (CLC) is a major construction project that will replace much of the current Dobbs University Center (DUC). This multi-year effort is ongoing, and we've worked with current DUC leadership on a communications plan, given the impact on offices, dining, meeting space, and more. In 2015, we recorded and edited a series of testimonial videos about what students hoped the new CLC would bring to the space.


Video Highlight: Ajay Nair

via The Chronicle, March 25, 2016: