If you have news to share, tell us about it! Below is a list of questions to get started. Your response will provide the basic background information needed to write a news release or internal announcement. Please take a moment to answer the questions.
What is the subject of your news? Example: Grant announcement, research, professional honors and awards, professional appointment
Identify yourself. Employees: What is your job title? Students: are you a graduate or undergraduate student? If you are a graduate student, what is your degree program and area of concentration?
What Department or Center are you affilated with? (Community, Environment & Policy, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Health Promotion Sciences, Center for Rural Health…)
Photographs: We are always looking for photographs to ehance a news story. If you have photos, include them with your submission. Send us the image in the highest resolution you have.
- What is the amount of the grantand for how many years of funding?
- Identify the Principal Investigator and co-investigator(s). Please include job titles, academic degrees, Department or Center...
- Is this a new grant or funding for an existing program?
- What is the funding source?
- What is the official title of the grant?
- Provide a brief description of the grant and explain the purpose of the research or study.
- Why is this research or community program important? Who will it help?
- Will the results of your research have a local, statewide, national or global impact?
- What will you do with the research results?
If this is an NIH grant, include the grant number.
Awards & Appointments
Provide a description of the award and the name of the organization granting the award. Explain why you were selected for the award.
- Acronyms: When using an acronym, please provide the official name of the organization.
Contact: Submit your news to Gerri Kelly • email@example.com