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Take Advantage of WyoCal, UW’s Interactive Calendar

October 6, 2014

Need help promoting your performances, seminars, talks, special programs and more? Don’t overlook WyoCal, the calendar that provides an effective tool for students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and the public to stay informed about what is happening at the University of Wyoming.                

The interactive, user-friendly calendar provides an organized listing of university events. Users are able to view and submit event information, send events to their personal calendars, receive email and text message reminders and notifications of event changes, and browse by event category.

Additionally, UW Institutional Communications uses WyoCal as a source of public events included on a weekly calendar that is distributed to newspapers and other publications, radio and television stations, and websites.

“Don’t wait until the last minute to send out a listserv announcement to attract people to your event,” says Chad Baldwin, director of Institutional Communications. “An average of nearly 14,000 individuals visit this site per month, so this calendar is an excellent way to let people know about your event.”

For more information, go to the website at

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