About

University Communications Staff

J. Todd Bennett, Vice President for Marketing & Communications

Renee Vary Keele, Director, University Communications

Benn Wineka, Digital Content Manager

 

For Athletics communication and media, please visit our athletics website or contact Nick Irwin, Oglethorpe’s Sports Information Director.

 Student Staff

 

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Pegasus Creative, Oglethorpe’s student communications agency, is run by University Communications. Student work is chosen carefully to meet the needs of the department while supporting campus-wide initiatives. All work is closely supervised by University Communications staff.

Visit the Pegasus Creative website to learn more about the current team and their work!

 

Awards & Recognition

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Oglethorpe’s A_LAB’s Branding & Marketing Wins Gold  Branding and marketing designs for the Atlanta Laboratory for Learning (A_LAB) were honored with two awards in the 2015 University and College Design Competition: the overall A_LAB brand identity program won a Gold Award, one of the top honors in only seven categories, and the A_LAB admission brochure, distributed to prospective students, was individually recognized with an Award for Excellence in the recruitment category.[…]

 

Oglethorpe Wins Top Communications Marketing Awards In February 2014, Oglethorpe’s University Communications Department was recognized by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) with two top awards for best practices in external relations and graphic design. Oglethorpe competed against colleges of various sizes across the country.[…]

Oglethorpe Wins Four Marcom Awards for Communications Oglethorpe’s University Communications received top honors recently, winning four 2013 MarCom Awards, which recognize creative work that achieves a high level of excellence and sets a benchmark for other industries in the field.[…]
OU’s Carillon Magazine Takes Home Three Industry Awards Oglethorpe University’s magazine, the Carillon, was recognized three times for publications excellence at the 2011 annual conference of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) in New Orleans. Competing in a pool of almost 1000 applicants, the alumni magazine earned the CASE Special Merit distinction in each category for which it was nominated.[…][