Fellowship Description The Office of Communications would like to engage a graduate student in helping launch a new University intranet tentatively scheduled to go live this semester. The Fellow would work with the digital manager and others in the Office of Communications to produce content and offer ideas on how to launch the intranet and develop future improvements. The intranet work would be set in a broader context of strategies for communicating with internal and external audiences. Your Host Office of Communications The Princeton University Office of Communications is responsible for helping shape and execute the overarching communications strategy for the institution, advance key priorities of the President and Board of Trustees to broad and diverse audiences, and connect these priorities to larger national conversations. It also manages the daily operation of the University’s central communications channels, including the website and social media accounts, guides the University’s media engagement, and provides campus partners with strategic communications counsel. UAF Mentor Dan Day Director of Operations for Communications and Government Affairs Dan Day is director of operations for communications and public affairs at Princeton University, overseeing trademark licensing, finances and HR administration for the communications and public affairs division. He is also a mentor in the University Administrative Fellowship Program. Apply Here Apply for this University Administrative Fellowship! Current & Former Fellows Shelby Lohr, GS, HIS Professional Development Associate 2020-21 "I'm a storyteller and media enthusiast pursuing a PhD in American History. Outside of doctoral work, I've studied comedy writing and creative writing. I'm interested in harnessing the narrative tools often reserved for fiction and film to craft compelling public-facing content inspired by research."