The Office of Publications assists the University community in all aspects of getting publications produced — from advising, helping develop a piece, providing a simple template or cover design, to detailed preparation for production.
The Office handles publications directed to both inside and outside communities, which include the catalogs, brochures, newsletters, commencement programs, Web items, calendars, flyers, and more. A “Request for Publication” form (which includes budget and copy approval) should be submitted, along with the desired text and graphic needs, a minimum of 30 working days (depending on the size of the project) prior to desired delivery of the finished product. Every effort will be made to accommodate urgent needs.
Major publications include:
- What’s Happening online calendar of events
- FDU Magazine online
- Inside FDU on the Web
What’s Happening calendar
To submit copy for the What’s Happening calendar contact
- Helen Grill for the Florham Campus, email@example.com or 201-692-7028, and
- Sara Campione for the Metropolitan Campus, firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-692-7337.
Inside FDU on the Web faculty/staff newsletter
Inside FDU on the Web is a faculty-staff newsletter. It focuses on University information, and faculty and staff news. Copy received after a deadline may be considered for a subsequent issue. Every effort will be made to deal with late-breaking stories.
To submit information contact Carol Black email@example.com.
FDU Magazine alumni publication
FDU Magazine is the official University publication for alumni and friends. It is distributed twice yearly in print and available online. FDU Magazine features stories on timely topics that showcase significant University programs and developments, as well as FDU faculty, staff, students and alumni.
- Executive editor: Angelo Carfagna
- Senior editor: Carol Black
- Editor: Rebecca Maxon
- Editor: Kenna Caprio
Alumni News and Notes should be submitted to Rebecca Maxon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Downloadable University logos for internal communication and Web applications can be found in the University’s Graphic Standards Guide. High-resolution or vector-based logos for publications and other applications can be obtained via email or on CD through Carol Black, director of publications, by calling 201-692-7027 or emailing email@example.com. Please specify whether the CD and logo should be formatted for PC or Macintosh as well as any other specific needs.