Look for changes to the Log and Log Extra in the weeks ahead

Staff members in the Office of Marketing and University Communication are experimenting with a new Log format based on responses from readers in late spring, early summer. Gone will be the “table of contents-style” lead-in, for instance (starting today). New versions of the Log will be publicly unveiled in the weeks ahead. Please be patient as we work out the kinks. One of the changes will be some automatic feeds into the Log, including upcoming events. Please contact Rachel Wussow wussowr@uwgb.edu to promote your events on the University webpage.

Did you miss Log Extra yesterday? Check your inbox

If you missed Log Extra yesterday, it’s worth the look. Great stories: Information and Computing Sciences gets a gift from Google to help Phuture Phoenix in a brand-new partnership; music students tell us why they are thrilled to put in the work for this weekend’s Messiah concert; Psychology has three big events next week including the launch of a virtual museum; women’s basketball returns home winners; and you can have some holiday fun cutting out a Phoenix Snowflake template.  Not subscribed to Log Extra? You can subscribe here, with just your e-mail and name.

In case you missed last week’s Log Extra

  • UWGB alumnus sings at Lambeau Field
    UW-Green Bay music alumnus Kevin Wellens was chosen by UWGB music faculty members to perform at the Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field this fall. Hear Wellens speak on his path to UWGB and ‘wonderful’ experience with music faculty here.
  • UWGB’s Shorewood named Course of the Year
    The Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin awarded UW-Green Bay’s Shorewood Golf Course the “Course of the Year” recognition in the nine-hole category. Read reaction to this honor, here.
  • Chancellor’s holiday art scholarship winner
    The acrylic on paper piece, called “What One Sees,” by UW-Green Bay junior Brianna Fischer has been selected as the winning piece for the Chancellor’s holiday card. See the photos from the reception here.

See the September 30, 2016 Log Extra e-mail in your browser.

Log Extra galleries: scholarships, Manilow, Phuture Phoenix, science faculty

In your inbox yesterday, some great photo coverage of a number of University events. It never gets old to see the smiling faces of our Phuture Phoenix or our grateful scholarship recipients. Also, check out the EMBI event which brought back some of the founding environmental science members for a special 50th Anniversary gathering.