Communications

Headed by Julia Day, the Communications Team enhances the reputation of the College, by inspiring positive attitudes and behaviour towards Birkbeck. From the website and media liaison to graduation events, prospectuses and visual identity, we maximise the university's influence and impact through timely, meaningful engagement with external and internal stakeholders.

Our work includes:

  • communications (including media, social media, internal communications and reputation management)
  • design and visual identity
  • digital (website content)
  • events (including Graduation)
  • publications (print and online)
  • public engagement.

Useful resources

Communications (Media and PRess)

Design and visual identity

  • Our design team are responsible for how Birkbeck is visually presented to the world. We create beautiful, cohesive design across a range of printed and digital media from prospectuses and video to banners, signage and brochures. We also provide guidance, support, tools and templates to help others use our identity effectively.
  • Staff should visit the intranet pages to use our visual identity toolkit.
  • External suppliers should contact James Brown to request the logo, advice on its usage and other queries relating to our branding guidelines.
  • Contacts:
    • Creative Design and Visual Identity Manager +44 (0) 20 7380 3110
    • Creative and Visual Identity Designer +44 (0) 20 7380 3124.

Digital (website content)

  • Our website editors are responsible for producing and maintaining user-friendly, user-focused website content and Birkbeck's style guide. We also provide guidance, training and support for people across the College who work with the website.
  • Contacts:

Events (including Graduation)

  • We deliver a busy programme of events for the College including two sets of graduation ceremonies (in April and November each year), Open Evenings, inaugural lectures, our annual Booker Prize lecture and many other events that bring Birkbeck's work to life.
  • Graduation
  • Open Evenings
  • Contacts:

Publications

Public engagement

  • Birkbeck seeks to create a research culture that makes a positive difference to society through a strategic approach to public engagement, from research dissemination to collaborative research with non-academic communities.
  • Contacts: