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WANTED: Your Photos

The students, faculty, and staff have spoken – our website photos should change more often!

Do you have an appropriate, quality photo you took that you would like to share?

  • on campus
  • in your classroom
  • at a Phoenix Athletics event
  • featuring students
  • as part of your research
  • featuring faculty
  • at an alumni event
  • somewhere in the tunnels

If so, we’d love to consider it for use on the uwgb.edu website. We’ve used a number of submitted photos in the past, but many people don’t realize this opportunity is available. Spread the word!

Send your photo submissions to us at cs_www@uwgb.edu.

Web Services – Now Hiring Student Employee – FILLED

Update: This position has been filled.

Do you know a UW-Green Bay student who would love to put their web development skills to work right here on campus? Send them to Web Services! We are currently looking to hire a student employee for Fall 2010 and beyond.

Job description:
The Web Service Office designs, develops and maintains the University’s Web presence. This includes the top level pages of the University’s site, academic program sites, and various special projects. Student Web Assistants help to develop and track assigned projects through to completion. Support or assist the University Webmaster with web development and web design duties, as needed. Designing/coding new web pages as needed using HTML, XHTML, CSS, JS, ASP, ASP.NET, PHP, ColdFusion, CommonSpot Web CMS, and Adobe Photoshop. Other tasks as assigned. Hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Students typically work 12 to 20 hours per week depending on the student’s course schedule, and up to 40 hours during breaks and summers. Starting wage is $9.50 per hour.

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a talent for design and layout, good troubleshooting and problem solving skills, and the ability to work independently. Top candidates are not expected to know everything before they come in, but will learn as they gain experience. We train and mentor our students. Because of the training involved in this position, we are especially interested in students who have two or more years of school ahead of them before graduation.

Interested? Complete our application and bring it to Web Services in CL 730 today!

2010 Student Employee of the Year – Tyler Gajewski

Web Services is proud of our very own Tyler Gajewski, named 2010 Student Employee of the Year!

Read the news feature from University Communications.

Learn more about the annual competition, now in its sixth year.