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UW is looking for some more Engineering students to participate in a photo shoot on Friday. CSE folks might be eligible too, just ask them.
Many thanks to those of you that sent me your schedules and availability for the College of Engineering/UW photo shoots this week. They were very helpful as I pulled together this schedule. I apologize I was not able to accommodate everyone who wanted to participate – these shoots come up occasionally, so if you are interested in participating in future shoots, please let me know and I’ll save your contact information.
We are still looking for additional students to participate. If you have friends in engineering that would also be interested in coming to be photographed, feel free to bring them along and/or pass on this message. If they have questions they are welcome to e-mail or call me.
Friday, May 4th from noon to four is the current block we have with our photographer. There will be a few different locations for the shoot but we only ask that you arrive when you are able. You are free to stay for as many of the different shoots as interest you or that you are free for. If you show up and then location is empty, call me at 206-779-5044 and I will direct you to our shooting location – they should all be close together.
Currently we are scheduled to begin around 12:15 PM in Loew Hall, room 213 (part of the Engineering Academic Study Center) where we will photograph students in front of a white background. Following that, we will take pictures in a “study-hall” setting, a classroom, and on campus (if the weather is good) around the engineering buildings and the fountain. Again, if you arrive at the location and we are not there, just call and I will direct you to the next location. I will try to send out e-mail updates to participating students when we move locations.
These photographs will be used broadly across engineering and the UW, in marketing materials such as the web site, brochures and newsletters.
We ask that you dress in colorful, non-branded clothing (avoid logos and sayings). UW clothing is fine. Please avoid low-cut tops, short skirts and short shorts.
If you plan on attending on Friday and have not yet responded to me by e-mail with your availability, please let me know if you will be joining us and I will be sure to include you on any future e-mails with location updates etc. If you have responded saying you are available in the listed block of time, but will not be making it, it would also be helpful to know that as well.
Questions – let me know! Many thanks, and I look forward to seeing you Friday.
Assistant Director of Advancement
Marketing and Communications
College of Engineering