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Academic Technology and Extended Learning (ATEL)

University of Colorado Denver, Office of the Chancellor

University Web Services

University Web Services​ provides Web site development consulting services to the University of Colorado community.
Jeremy Fulbright  

Jeremy Fulbright


In his current position as Director of Online Marketing and Web Development Services for the University of Colorado Denver, Jeremy is responsible for directing a team of nine full-time marketing and web development professionals that provide the university with results-driven integrated marketing strategies including market research, competitive analysis, traditional and online advertising, marketing analytics, copywriting, graphic design, web design and development, and implementing campus-wide marketing and recruitment systems such as a web content management (CMS) and customer relationship management (CRM) system.

Greg Aronoff 

Greg Aronoff

Communications and Student Retention Manager

Greg is responsible for researching, creating, and implementing ATEL's comprehensive communication and retention plan (both on and offline); as well as identifying and optimizing key enrollment drivers. He also translates our marketing ideas and strategies into easily digestible content to ensure that the integrity and professionalism of CU Online is carried throughout the various media, whether they be brochures, postcards, emails, websites, and the occasional Facebook/Twitter/MySpace post (yes, some of our audience still uses MySpace, and no, you cannot judge them).


Madhurima Das

Web Project Manager

Madhurima is a Project Manager with the University Web Services Team. She has a Bachelor of Engineering with specialization in Computer Science & Technology from Bengal Engineering & Science University, Shibpur, India. With over 14 years of experience in software development, she specialized in Project & Program Management. A Certified Scrum Master, Madhurima is passionate about project management & has mentored several Project Managers in the Corporate World. She is interested in sharing her knowledge with the wider project management community and is currently working to bring up her Project Management website Apart from work, she loves teaching "Mathematics" to her daughters and spending time sight-seeing with her husband & kids.

Scott Demers 

Scott Demers

Web Production Manager

As a part of the web development team, Scott is always trying to understand what makes a web site great. Scott has a special passion for connecting with people, understanding their needs, and crafting a solution to provide the best possible experience. His specialties include: Technologies such as XHTML, CSS, ECMAscript and DOM, design research, information architecture and interface design. Ask Scott: How do I build a website so that it provides the best experience possible to everyone? What is (choose one: AJAX, Web 2.0, user experience design, usability, interaction design, web standards, information architecture) and why should I care? Where is the web likely to be in five years?


Michael Hystead

Web Development Quality Assurance Coordinator

Michael has worked for University Web Services as an Intern Graphic Designer, Junior Web Developer, and now Web Development Quality Assurance Coordinator.  His main responsibility is to ensure the highest standards of quality web development from the UWS team.  Michael received his BA in Communication from The University of Colorado.


Matthew Jordan

Interactive Designer

Matthew has been working in the advertising industry for the past decade, first spending several years as an in-house designer for advertising agencies, then freelancing for several years for agencies all over the United States. He now joins the university in the newly created position--Interactive Designer. Matthew’s design work and writings have been featured in .net magazine, the book Web Design Index, Digital Web Magazine, Smashing Magazine, and in dozens of galleries all over the Internet. He has consulted and crafted brands and direction for companies that range all across the spectrum--from online applications, to custom shoe designers, to tool stores and law firms. Matthew and his wife, Mikayla, moved to Colorado in 2005.

Graham New 

Graham New

Web Developer

Graham joined the University Web Services team as a web developer in spring of 2010. He has worked as a front-end web developer, interaction designer and visual designer for over 15 years, working with private corporations, advertising and design agencies, and as an independent consultant serving clients from a diverse range of industries including, banking, airline, newspaper, security and automotive.

Jen Perunko 

Jen Perunko

Web Developer

Jen joined University Web Services in February of 2010 to help support the faculty and staff through the ongoing process of creating and maintaining websites. She moved to Colorado from Chicago where she worked as a user interface developer for Sears Holdings. Currently Jen is studying Landscape Architecture with the College of Architecture and Planning and is interested in how future web development and online learning will be impacted by mapping technologies.

Bruce Rawles 

Bruce Rawles

Web and Intranet Support Coordinator

Bruce is a Web and Intranet Support Coordinator. He also assists with documentation such as periodic CRM reports, Help Desk policies and procedures and other process improvement efforts. Bruce was a hardware and software engineer in California (Tektronix - Grass Valley Group) and a web design and media consultant in Oregon and Colorado. He received his BSEE (Circuits and Signal Processing) from Univ. of Calif. at Davis. He is an avid blogger, the author of two books and maintains in addition to several other WordPress websites, and enjoys numerous interests.

Susan Teague Rector 

Susan Teague Rector

Web Information Architect & Strategist

Susan joined the Web services team in July, 2012. She started her career in NC, her home state, and has worked over the years for a variety of organizations in the private and education sectors. Most recently, she worked as a Web Manager/Information Architect in academic libraries at both VCU and NC State University. Susan has published and presented at conferences on search design and Web site usability, and was an active member of the UX communities in both VA and NC. Susan received a BA from UNC-Greensboro, and a MS in Information Science from UNC-Chapel-Hill.

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