U.S.G.L. publishes a calendar of events on the public website. As this is backed by a Google calendar, it can also be overlaid on individuals' personal calendars. The events listed are limited to those of regional or national interest. So, for example, an ordinary local body class would not qualify, but a special guest lecture by a significant scholar would qualify.
Listings on the calendar of events are kept very terse. The information supplied consists of:
The URL is especially important. The page linked should be specific to the event, and should provide all the detailed information required by a potential attendee. This should include:
Note that it's okay to have some "to be determined" items on the page at the time of publication. For example, you might want to announce a major event a year ahead of time, but open registration a few months out. In that case, make sure the page provides explicit explanations of when missing information will become available.
Once you have everything ready, send a request for an event listing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include all the items in the first list above. We do not guarantee that all requests will be granted, but we do err on the side of approval.