Creative thoughts matter.
Bill Goloski is an experienced leader, designer, creative director, and instructor who usually far more interesting than this dry list of summarizing titles. Concentrating in print, digital and video media he has developed a full-time career with his creative designs, persuasive marketing messages, and art direction for two state universities. Inventing cohesive branding guidelines and graphic identities, Bill works effectively with persons at all levels of higher education to represent these institutions professionally though ethos, pathos, and logos (meaning 'logic,' but yes the logo as well) to the media. His freelance clients not only includes other colleges, but modest handful of small businesses and large corporations.
A craftsman and virtuoso, Bill produces high-quality content marketing within strategic advertising schedules in order to distribute valuable, relevant, and consistent content to a clearly-defined audience. For a list of his experience, expertise, and exemplary qualifications, see Growth.
With an eye for photography, illustration, graphic design, video, and mixed-media artwork, some of his work has been displayed in a couple local galleries, newspapers, and printed publications. Generally speaking, if you want to meet him, Bill's that guy over there with the camera. For samples of his work, see Gallery.
Bill Goloski has been the Publications and Creative Design Manager at Oregon Tech since 2011 and has worked in higher education for twelve years. Bill has also been an Adjunct Instructor in Business Communications at Oregon Tech. Prior to Oregon Tech, he was the Assistant Director of Campus Design from 2005-11 at Morrisville State University in New York. Bill’s involvement working in Marketing, Communication and Public Affairs offices throughout his career has granted him knowledge of the multifaceted nature of the university setting. Concentrating in print and digital media, he has developed creative designs, persuasive marketing messages, and provided art direction for two state universities. The quality of his guidance and management had led to his election to notable positions on councils, committees, and a governance board.