UPDATE: IT @ UCSB Remote Work Photo Challenge Complete

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UCSB IT Remote Work Photo Challenge Collage

TO: UCSB IT Staff
FR: Matthew Hall, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor of Information Technology and CIO
RE: IT @ UCSB Remote Work Photo Challenge Complete!

Thank you to everyone who submitted photos to our IT @ UCSB Remote Work Photo Challenge. I couldn’t be more proud of the way our teams have rallied around the mission of UCSB IT through remote teaching, learning, research, and administration. 

Please feel free to share the image above with your friends and colleagues!


TO: UCSB IT Staff
FR: Matt Hall, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology
      and Chief Information Officer
RE: IT @ UCSB Remote Work Photo Challenge

Over the past few weeks, we’ve had the privilege of witnessing our UCSB IT community come together and rally around the UCSB mission in unprecedented and record-breaking ways. 

We’ve also enjoyed seeing your photos from your remote worksites (if you are remote). If you’re not working remotely, a huge thank-you for everything that you’re doing to continue Mission-Focused IT.

Now, we want to see more of your creativity and ingenuity! 

Beginning today, April 15, 2020, we will host an IT @ UCSB Remote Work Photo Challenge. 

Over the next week, we want you to share your images (real and photo-edited) that show how you continue to pursue helping our community research, teach, and learn in addition to the strategy and mission of IT @ UCSB, whether you’re on campus or working remotely. We will accept submissions until next Wednesday, April 22. 

Once we have your submissions, we’ll combine them to illustrate how we continued the mission of UCSB during these challenging times!

Submit your photo either to the IT @ UCSB Remote Work Photo Challenge thread in the UCSB IT Google Chat or send directly to Kaitlin Breitag at kbreitag@ucsb.edu. If you’re not part of the UCSB IT Google Chat, contact Kaitlin and she will add you. 

We can’t wait to see what you capture or create when it comes to continuing the mission of UCSB IT! 

All submissions must be original and be the property of the photographer.