Mark Majewski is finishing his second season as assistant director of graphic design services at Boston College, having recently served as assistant director of athletics communications for the past three years. He joined the staff in September 2013 after spending each of the last four years as associate director of athletic communications at Northeastern, where he was the primary media contact for men’s hockey and other Olympic sports. Majewski had prior roles in the athletics communications offices at Syracuse University, Saint Francis University, the Illinois Junior Golf Association, and USA Hockey.
The Livonia, MI native continues to serve as the PR liaison / SID for the men's hockey program at Boston College. Majewski handles the majority of digital design utilized via Boston College's social media and digital outlets, in addition to select print materials.
As branding and digital footprints become increasingly important in the collegiate athletics sphere, Majewski has worked to unify the visual efforts across multiple channels in select areas to best promote the Boston College brand.
Majewski has worked every Men’s Frozen Four since 2010 and served as the official scorer of the national championship at the 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2018 Frozen Fours in Tampa, Pittsburgh, Boston, Chicago, and St. Paul, respectively.
Majewski’s publications work has been recognized by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). His 2016-17 men's hockey games were ranked third best, nationally, in the Game Notes Winter Sports section. His 2012-13 Northeastern men’s hockey media guide was voted best in the country and second place, nationally, in the Winter At-Large Guides portion of the 2012-13 CoSIDA Publications Contest.
The past few years, Majewski has presented at the CoSIDA / NACDA workshop in Orlando on the importance of graphic representation in communications and will be taking part in conversation in Washington D.C. in this year's convention.
Majewski graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in sport management and communications. He also has a master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State University in Detroit. Majewski is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).