A class October 12 offers free training to UWindsor staff and faculty who maintain official University websites.
The 2017/18 edition of the Viewbook carries the theme “Promise @ UWindsor.”
The UWindsor e-newsletter DailyNews will resume Monday-to-Friday publication with its edition Tuesday, September 6. It has been publishing twice weekly for the summer months.
A class May 31 will provide training in the University’s content management system.
DailyNews will begin its summer publishing schedule next week, moving to two issues a week.
A class Tuesday, April 5, will provide training in the University’s content management system.
Representatives of the creative agency Scott Thornley + Company will be in Windsor on Thursday to meet members of the campus community.
Scott Thornley + Company was unable to meet the campus community Wednesday after bad weather at Toronto Island Airport led to a series of cancelled flights.
STC—the creative agency engaged by the University to enhance its strategic messaging to prospective students—will reschedule the visit in the near future. The company is looking for input from students, faculty and staff.
The University has engaged creative agency Scott Thornley + Company to enhance its strategic messaging to prospective students, and representatives from the firm will be on campus Wednesday, March 16, to meet with members of the University community.
The theme for the day is “Why UWindsor? Why should prospective students and faculty choose the University of Windsor?”
STC says the marketing and promotion of the University is important to everyone on campus. To tell the UWindsor story and to get it right, its team will need input from students, faculty and staff.