Etchings Press recently announced the winners of the most recent chapbook and novella contest, and among them is a poetry book by UW-Green Bay Marketing and University Communication marketing manager Tori Grant Welhouse. Her book, Vaginas Need Air, is available for presale now and available more widely on July 15.
A description is available at the publisher’s site: “Welhouse’s poetry chapbook, Vaginas Need Air, explores and celebrates the love, rapport, and affinity found between mothers and daughters throughout the many stages of life. Her poems capture the relationship between the two in private moments with an impeccable sense of clarity and insight.”
“It (the title of the book), is something my mom always used to say,” said the author, who works closely with Continuing Education and Community Engagement.
A member of the Phoenix family (we have intel it is area coordinator of UW-Green Bay Residence Life, Jeff Willems) created an artistic lawn art depicting large hearts anchoring the words “UWGB Phoenix” with lawn clippings. The lawn art is located on a hill in the east housing lot.
It appears the Phoenix is welcoming the UW-Green Bay family back to the nest. Photographer Dan Moore captured some of the splendor of spring at UW-Green Bay, recently. Check out these gorgeous photographs.
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When times are difficult, UW-Green Bay creative ingenuity delivers a way to pass the time and spread some Phoenix pride. This series of beautifully drawn coloring pages was created especially for the Phoenix Family by hard-working and talented UW-Green Bay graphic design student Katie Stephenson for Phoenix of all ages to enjoy. Download and print these UW-Green Bay coloring pages.
Pages were created by graphic design student Katie Stephenson, May 2020.
Be sure to share photos of completed works of art with #VirtualUWGB!
A little bird (specifically a cliff swallow) has told us there’s still time to enter UW-Green Bay’s first-ever cartoon caption contest. Submit your caption idea to Michael Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org and three finalists will be chosen. Then you will be able to vote for your favorite caption. The winner will receive the original drawing with their winning caption. The two runner-ups, a print of the cartoon with their captions. Put on those creative-thinking caps! The contest ends April 10, and judging the three captions will occur the week of April 13-17.
One can only imagine what’s happening on UW-Green Bay’s campuses while so many of us are away. This cartoon, by staff writer and cartoonist Michael Shaw, suggests one possibility. The only question is—what did the sandhill crane say to the turkey?
That’s up to you tell us in our first-ever cartoon caption contest. Submit your caption idea to Michael Shaw at email@example.com and three finalists will be chosen. Then you’ll be able to vote for your favorite caption. The winner will receive the original drawing with their winning caption. The two runner-ups, a print of the cartoon with their captions. Put on those creative-thinking caps! The contest ends April 10, and judging the three captions will occur the week of April 13-17.
A brief reprieve from our current situation is good for the heart and soul. Let your creativity and sense of humor take wing!
Michael Shaw toils as a marketing content writer for UW-Green Bay’s Office of Marketing and University Communication by day, and doodles at night. His cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker Book of Literary Cartoons,The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker, The Rejection Collection I and II, plus various anthologies. His original cartoons are widely collected throughout the free world. (With fans ranging from Alec Baldwin to Alan Greenspan.) His drawings have also appeared in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Harvard Business Review, Prospect magazine in the UK, plus ABC News, 60 Minutes and MSNBC. (Feel free to give him a Google!) You can hear him with Weidner Center Executive Kelli Strickland in Bird in the Wings podcasts.
Editors in the Office of Marketing and University Communication invite your submissions for Log e-News email newsletters. A new News Submission Form streamlines the way news content is submitted to the Log inbox to help staff meet institutional communication needs, despite the increasing volume of requests from four campuses. Please keep the UW-Green Bay community informed by continuing to submit faculty and staff publications and accolades, alerts, announcements, news and events to the Log. Staff will be sending periodic reminders over the next few weeks requesting the use of the new submission form for news items.
The Office of Marketing and University Communication seeks your areas of expertise for the UW-Green Bay Experts Guide. The guide helps the Office field media requests and pitch story ideas to national, state and regional media based on campus expertise. The guide is not limited to faculty. Update your information here using a quick, easy form or e-mail Sue Bodilly, firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is end-of-day Friday, January 31, 2020. The entire guide will be edited. Feel free to contact Bodily about changes in your academic unit and/or department.
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