A public relations specialist is now in the job.
The new position will be the lsu public affairs office.
Lsu’s Public Relations Department is located in the University of Lsu’s College of Arts and Science.
This position is a part of a new public relations initiative which aims to help university students and their families become more informed about the campus and its facilities.
“This is the most important part of our job and is something that we’re very passionate about,” says Lui University Public Relations Manager Andrew Loh.
He says the department is currently looking for a new senior public relations person to work alongside the new communications manager.
We have a lot of people here, he says.
“We have two of our senior staff members who have spent time with the students and they are very passionate, and they have a really good sense of what is important for the students to know about the university and the campus.”
A spokesperson for the university confirmed the hire and said the new position is part of an overall effort to increase the accessibility of LSU public affairs services.
Public relations has been a focus for the University since the start of the year when it opened up its online portal, The Lsu Student Information Centre, to a student’s requests.
In a statement, university spokesperson Mark Klemmer said the department’s mission was to provide students with a free, accessible and reliable online resource for information and information related to the University and its campus.
They are working with the Department of Education and the University’s Office of the Director of Communications to provide an online portal for students and to connect students with the department, Klemmer added.
Since the portal opened in December, more than 30,000 students have made use of it, including more than 8,000 who have accessed the portal and created accounts.
To assist students with their requests for information, the department has been developing a digital communication platform for students to access their personal data, Klemver said.
While the department can be used to provide support and assistance to students with specific questions or concerns, the university also encourages students to contact the department with any questions.
A new public affairs coordinator is in the works, and Klemer said there are no immediate plans to hire someone in the department.
According to Loh, the department is working with student-run and non-profit organisations and with the University to provide a service that is accessible to all.
For more information on Lsu, here’s the official press release.