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Office of Marketing and University Communication

360° Idea submission

Submit your fabulous UW-Green Bay story ideas.

Submit your story ideas

Nothing builds a brand like powerful stories. The Office of Marketing and University Communication needs YOU – brand champions to share your great news recognizing the excellent work of our faculty, staff and students.

Remember 360° of Learning is simply a platform for communicating those attributes for which UW-Green Bay is already well known. Our brand core is established by our culture and was simply verbalized and formalized by perception research. Our attributes:

  • Excellence in teaching
  • Connections with internationally recognized faculty
  • Solving problems from multiple perspectives
  • Engagement in applied learning experiences
  • Welcoming, friendly campus community

What are we looking for?

We are looking for all stories, and especially those that are visually engaging, such as

  • Photos or video of hands-on interaction and engagement
  • Emotional content
  • Breakthroughs, successes, research findings
  • Unique background or settings 
  • Physical equipment (tools, materials, instruments, etc.)
  • Success stories
  • Unique delivery methods

What is not visually engaging?

  • Talking-head videos
  • Portraits or headshots (can be used secondarily to recognize those highlighted)

What do we do with the story ideas?

Generally, every story has a place, although some may not be feature appropriate, it may be appropriate for a LOG item, a media tip, or social media sharing, or other venues. M/UC staff would take each idea and decide the important place for dissemination. If need be, we would assign an editor, a photographer or a videographer for additional coverage. The elements would then be used in as many channels as are appropriate, including the University magazine — Inside 360°, posters, portraits, etc…

To submit a story (photo, video) idea, e-mail Director of Marketing Sue Bodilly,, or fill out this form.

Submit your 360° Idea