What We Do

The Carnegie Science communications team shares the story of our research, our people, and our history. We are eager to connect with you about our organization, our science, and our campuses. Reach out! 

Our work supports the organization’s strategic priorities and create audience-focused narratives that help raise awareness of our work, enhance our brand, burnish our reputation, and develop our culture.

Specifically, we create and distribute a suite of email newsletters, issue press releases, and manage our digital ecosystem and social media content. We also oversee the Carnegie's archives and image repositories.

Media Requests

Our Chief Communications Officer is Karen Sodomick. Please contact her about organizational news, including funding announcements and information about the Giant Magellan Telescope project and our planned life sciences research facility in Pasadena. Her email is ksodomick@carnegiescience.edu.

For scientific research-related news and interview requests, or to arrange to film on one of our research campuses, contact Editorial Director Natasha Metzler at nmetzler@carnegiescience.edu.

Archival Requests

Requests for permission to use Carnegie material should be emailed to archives@carnegiescience.edu. Your message should include the exact nature and source of the Carnegie material to be used and if the request is about an image, please include a copy. Please include detailed contact information for the requesting individual or institution.

For all other requests, email communications@carnegiescience.edu.

Logo Use 


The Carnegie Science Logo - A Large C-like swoop surrounds the words "Carnegie Science"

Our primary logo consists of a logo symbol, the C, with Carnegie Science set as a logotype at the center, reflecting our unified scientific community working together to advance bold ideas and groundbreaking discoveries. 

Only Carnegie Science partners and employees may use our logos. Others seeking to use the Carnegie Science identity must get permission by writing communications@caregiescience.edu. Modifications to the logo are prohibited. 

We ask that partners update their logos in new materials going forward and online if it is reasonably easy to do so.


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