- Katherine Stosch, student
- Ian Spangler, student
- Sabia Prescott, student
- Kelly Eury, admissions
- Melissa Yakabouski, admissions
- Teresa Coffman, college of education
- Megan Petter, student affairs
- Shelley Keith, digital communications
- Pam Lowery, hr/digital communications
- Andrew Dolby, college of arts & sciences
- Amy Alexander, university relations
- Martha Burtis, division of teaching & learning with technology
- Katherine Purdue, UMW libraries
Interns presented on projects they’ve been working on this semester:
Ian Spangler talked about his epic journey through Google Maps. There’s a post in Eagle Eye from earlier this year about his experience up to that point, and now there’s an update with a link to the presentation from yesterday.
Sabia has done significant work with the new Faculty/Staff “gateway” website. The council recommended some additional content. These changes will be made in the coming week.
A few other housekeeping items:
- Designs for the new website redevelopment project were revealed and briefly discussed.
- A redevelopment project blog is in process. More information will be available as soon as it’s ready for public consumption.
- Rick Allen, our content strategy consultant, will be back on campus sometime after commencement. An advisory council meeting will be scheduled during his visit.
- INTERNS! Digital Communications is looking for a new group of students for both summer and fall 2015. A pay position may be available to a student who can commit to more than a semester.
Next meeting: April 30, 2015