Get Help Managing Your CUA Web Pages
The Web content editor in the Office of Public Affairs is available to help the schools, departments and offices of the University manage website pages.
- Clarify your goals for the pages on your website, and develop content strategies to accomplish them.
- Organize your website to make it easy for users to find the information they want.
- Optimize your pages to improve their ranking on search engine results pages.
- Explore creative ways to present information on your website.
The Web content editor is charged with the responsibility of reviewing all content in the cua.edu domain for accuracy, adherence to University Web standards and branding messages. Writing and editing help for new website content is available.
If you are having a problem using the Topaz content management system, trouble with computer software or hardware, or difficulty with the University's network, please contact the Center for Planning and Information Technology.
Web Content Editor
Director of University Websites
Victor Nakas, associate vice president
for public affairs
Associate Director of University Websites
Edward Trudeau, director web development, research and academic applications
Public Affairs Main Office
311 McMahon Hall
620 Michigan Ave. N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20064
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday