Web Development Staff
Mark Fairweather, Front-End Developer/Designer
Mark Fairweather started working as a Web Designer/Front-End Developer for the LSITO Web Development office in September 2013. Before coming to UWM, Mark worked for a variety of agencies and corporations gaining many years of experience designing and developing web experiences for a diverse set of clientele. Mark has a B.A. in Communication from Purdue University and an A.A.S. in Visual Communication and Computer Graphics from Milwaukee Area Technical College.
For a sample of his work, please visit: http://markfairweather.com
Daniel P. Harvey II, Web Applications Developer
Danny Harvey began working as a Web Applications Developer in the LSITO Web Development Office in August 2012. His professional experience, prior to his arrival at UWM, consists of fourteen years as a Materials Engineer at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C. and twelve years as a web and mobile applications developer at Eastern Illinois University where he created custom apps to support business processes as well as instructional, research, and assessment activities. Danny's educational background includes a B.S. and M.S. in Materials Engineering from Virginia Tech and a M.S. in Computer Technology from Eastern Illinois University.
For more information about Daniel Harvey see his website: https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/harveyd/www/
Thomas Homer Hruby, Senior Information Processing Consultant
Thomas Homer Hruby has a background in archaeology and anthropology, having received a Ph.D. in 1987 from the Center for Ancient Studies at the University of Minnesota. Before coming to UW-Milwaukee, he was the Survey and Information Technology Coordinator for the Minnesota State Historic Preservation Office.
Homer started working for the College of Letters and Science in 1998 with the Edison Initiative, providing information technology assistance to the Peer Mentoring Center and Freshman Scholars programs, while managing the L&S College website. Today, he works closely with over 80 academic programs, centers, and laboratories in the college to develop and maintain their program websites.
In addition, he is the technical editor of e-Keltoi: Journal of Interdisciplinary Celtic Studies.
Diane Pfister-Drews, Senior Artist and Developer
Diane Pfister-Drews came to the College of Letters and Science in 1996 with seventeen years of professional experience as an illustrator and publications designer for a multitude of national and international corporations. In 1997, she recognized the Internet as the future of information dissemination and set about to earn Website Certification with an emphasis on design from the UWM School of Continuing Education. Upon completion, she joined IT consultant team with Homer Hruby in the L&S Web unit as a website designer, developer, and consultant.
Conference websites designed and developed by Diane:
Midwest Conference on Andean and Amazonian Archaeology and Ethnohistory
Phenology 2012: Future Climate and the Living Earth Conference
26th Linguistics Symposium: Language Death, Endangermenr, Documentation, and Revitalization
Attending to Early Modern Women: Remapping Routes and Spaces
NSF-UWM Symposium: Open Forum for Innovation in Two-Photon Microspectroscopy
Jeremy Streich, Web Applications Developer
Jeremy Streich has been a Web Applications Developer in the LSITO Web Development team since 2007, when he earned a BS in Computer Science from UW-Milwaukee. Prior to this, Jeremy worked as a LSITO technician specializing in technical support and development for two years before beginning to develop web applications for UWM’s Center for International Education.