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Jeff Fowler, Vice President for Marketing and Communications
Fowler oversees the University's central marketing and communications functions, which include advertising, media relations, graphic design and web services, as well as community relations.
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But Jeff Fowler, vice president of marketing and communications for SLU, says that he believes this is the first time a Planned Parenthood official has been slated to speak on campus.
Dr. Pestello asked to speak to the students because he heard from numerous people with concerns about that, Fowler says - both Jesuits and students. "I think he wanted to find a collaborative way to find some common ground," Fowler says, stressing that the decision to move the event was ultimately the students'. So what was the difference between a Planned Parenthood official and the circuit attorney? "Bob McCulloch speaking at the law school did not raise issues of Catholic moral and ethical teaching," Fowler says, "whereas in this case, there's a potential conflict with Catholic teaching. That's the difference between the two."
Build relationships.” The media’s role also concerned Jeff Fowler, VP of marketing and communications at St. Louis University (SLU), who talked about last year’s “occupation” of the campus by students and others protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson. “Social media owns every crisis,” Fowler warned.
Build relationships.” The media’s role also concerned Jeff Fowler, VP of marketing and communications at St. Louis University (SLU), who talked about last year’s “occupation” of the campus by students and others protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson. “Social media owns every crisis,” Fowler warned. We’re highly rated for service in our community,” Fowler said. Every action had to be weighed against that values-based approach. Lessons learned include that you cannot communicate enough during a crisis. SLU used social media to update parents, students and the community and even installed a live webcam on the clock tower where protestors camped out to help show what was actually going on. It remained peaceful throughout, but parents were watching news reports from Ferguson and worried about their children at SLU. In the end, students called it a life-changing week at SLU, Fowler said. Issues that had been buried before were openly discussed. “We were worried about what it would do to enrollment,” Fowler said of the entire incident, but it turns out they had the second largest enrollment of freshmen ever. “It was a defining moment for SLU,” Fowler said. Both civil protests and civic projects are contentious, Peacock agreed. We got it out of balance before.” Contacts: Jeff Fowler, (314) 977-2540; David Peacock, (314) 345-5100
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