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Media and News |

Communications is responsible for raising the awareness and visibility of the CVM with internal and external audiences. Our audiences connect with us through The Oath magazine, the CVM Insider monthly e-newsletter, our online news center and social media.

News and Social Media Posts

Do you have something you want in the headlines? We can help. Our writers produce articles and news releases. We’re experts in readability, engagement, clarity, coherence and audience-appropriate content that can highlight your achievements.

Our goals:

  • Cultivate story and strategic communications ideas
  • Consult in the development of stories and strategic communications
  • Craft stories and strategic communications when needed/appropriate

We also partner with University News Services to connect national and international reporters with the expertise of our faculty and staff, and the stories of their innovative teaching, healing and discovery.

To see our latest news, visit the CVM News Center, or visit the social media channels we manage. Help contribute by submitting ideas here:

Media Requests

The work of the College of Veterinary Medicine not surprisingly attracts attention from both local and national media. We are here to help us manage these communications appropriately and openly, while observing university policy and some necessary guidelines. Please take a moment to review a few guidelines on how to handle requests from the media.

Please contact CVMCommunications if you are contacted by media.

NC State TV Studio

We partner University News Services to offer a TV studio and technical support for live or taped broadcast television interviews with NC State experts and administrators. Contact News Services at 919.515.3470 or for more information.

They also offer customized media relations training for faculty and staff, including practical advice on working with reporters, one-on-one coaching and advanced on-camera training in the TV studio.