Site announcements

June 19, 2014

Guide to Plant Remains

The Laoratory Guide to Archaeological Plant Remains from Eastern North America site uses the "Tranquility" color scheme and makes extensive use of photo albums. Each image on the home page is the cover image for an album.

June 19, 2014

Geoff Childs

Geoff Childs is an Associate Professor of Anthropology. This is an attractive example of a Faculty member's personal website.

We especially like the way he has used images in the right sidebar of most pages in the site.

view of the Gateway Arch from the ground
June 19, 2014

Fudan at WU Summer Program

Becki Zurovec Administrates this Pages site. It uses the "Desert Sky" color scheme and a slide show of six images featuring program participants and the Danforth campus.

Women in brightly-colored clothing, working in a rice field in India.
June 19, 2014

Eisenhower Fellowship Blog

Dean Jennifer Smith used Pages to create a blog chronicling her experiences as an Eisenhower USA Fellow in India.

She chose the understated "Clean Slate" color scheme with a colorful banner image.

March 13, 2012

Lucia Strader Lab

Lucia Strader is a new faculty member in Biology. She wanted to design and maintain her own website but had no prior web design experience. Pages enabled her to quickly put together site without spending hours learning a web design software package.

December 28, 2011

Rebecca L. Copeland

Professor Rebecca Copeland has been hosting her personal website on the Arts & Sciences server using HTML since the dawn of the Internet (or roughly 1999).

December 27, 2011

Senegal Summer Program

Assistant Dean Wilmetta Toliver-Diallo has been hosting her Senegal study abroad program website on the Arts & Sciences server using HTML since 2007. In September 2011, she approached Arts & Sciences Computing about how to update the site to reflect the new Arts & Sciences web brand.

December 27, 2011

The Pakrasi Lab

In September 2011, Frances Thuet, Senior Computer Systems Manager in the Biology Department, approached Arts & Sciences Computing about creating a new Drupal website for Professor Himadri Pakrasi.