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About the Web Team

Jason Eberwein

Jason Eberwein

Web Developer – specializing in Cascade administration (all the behind the scenes magic that makes editing your pages easier), and front-end design and development.

Before joining CSUSM in 2007, Jason worked for Macromedia and Adobe Systems for 7 years on their award winning support websites.

Jason attended SDSU as a Theatre major with emphasis in acting and directing. He has a modest board game collection (over 170 games and growing).

Jay Rees

Jay Rees

WTT Team Lead - specializing in project management and usability or accessibility consultation & evaluation.

CSUSM Class of '95 Alumnus. Worked in IITS since 1995 primarily in web services, but also as the campus accessibility consultant and Cougar Courses administrator.

Jay spends his free time with his family and is currently teaching his daughter how to cripple any misbehaving teenage boys.

André Rychener

Andre Rychener

Web Information Architect/Web Developer – specializing in Google Search Appliance and user interface design.

Andre caught the web bug in 1995 when he joined an internet startup in his home country Switzerland. In 1999 he decided to explore the new world and moved his office and small family across the big pond to Southern California. He’s been part of the IITS web group since 2007.

Amanda Umphrey

Amanda Umphrey

A San Diego native and recent CSUSM graduate, Amanda is currently the resident Accessibility Technology Consultant. She dabbles in website usability and graphic design, and spends her free time pixeling, drawing, sculpting, and cooking.

Student Assistants

John Caiozzo

John joined the web team in September 2013.

Maurice Basobas

Maurice joined the web team in September 2013.

Contact Us

Request consultation or assistance via our online forms, or email web@csusm.edu

Organization

The Web Technology Team is part of the Instructional & Information Technology Services (IITS) department and under the direction of Teresa Macklin.

Mission

To provide guidance, training, and support for the campus community seeking current and efficient web publishing practices.

Goals

  • Enable campus content owners easy access to make decisions on published content.
  • Remove the need for distributed campus web authoring, except when desired by departments.
  • Establish content review and redesign cycle to keep the CSUSM website contemporary.