Do you want to stay in touch with WGSS? We currently have five email groups you can join.
If you are an alum and have news about what/how you're doing, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UMass has moved their email lists to Google Groups! Most of the same rules apply except for the size of your email. Questions? Email Linda.
To subscribe to this group, send email to email@example.com The events list is an open, moderated list. If you are not a member you may post your event to the list by sending it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events posted must be relevant to WGSS topics.
No fundraising, solicitation, roommate requests or partisan political events are allowed.
Do not post an event to any other groups. This will create double postings.
If you want to reply to a message or have questions about an event, please reply to the sender ONLY
All of the following lists are closed lists, which means you may only post if you're on the list. If you are not on one of these lists and want to send a message to one of these groups, please send your request to the list administrator.
Things to know about the email lists
With some exceptions, we do not add you to a list without your permission. The bottom of emails to the lists has a link to unsubscribe.
There is no way for us to know that your e-mail has changed. Please send an e-mail to the list administrator and we'll change it. Do not a send a message to the list.
When replying, please make sure you are replying to the person who posted. Please do NOT "reply all."
We are required by the University to encourage civil discourse among members of the lists. The list administrators have the right to remove anyone who does not cooperate
Please do not send calendar items to any listservs.
How a Listserv works at UMass
Each of our lists is a very long list of e-mail addresses entered in alphabetical order. Each list is given an address much like our own UMass e-mail addresses. When you send a message to the list, the UMass server sends the message to all recipients on that list. It's not much different than just sending an e-mail to an individual.
Listservs are managed by IT at UMass. The system will accept bounce backs for full mailboxes and other issues for about one week and then it will delete your e-mail address from the list. It is possible to remove your name for periods of time that you're gone. In this case e-mail the administrator and we will make arrangements.
There is a digest option for all lists. The digest option sends your messages from the list once per day in one e-mail. Contact the listserv administrator if you'd like to use the digest option.