Paul Dempsey

Paul Dempsey

Assistant Director, Digital Content Operations
Office of the Dean

Paul Dempsey

Assistant Director, Digital Content Operations
Office of the Dean

Biography

Paul is responsible for developing, maintaining, and updating the College of Engineering website and managing other digital content as part of the marketing and communications team in the dean's office. He comes to Drexel from Ursinus College where he was web director for seven years. Prior to Ursinus, he was director of electronic communications at Dickinson College for 12 years, managing the college website and directing communications and marketing efforts for the web, email and other technologies.

Degrees / Education

  • MA, English, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • BA, dramatic arts, George Washington University

Academic Distinctions

  • CUPRAP Cuppie Award, Email Newsletter, March 2020
  • CUPRAP Cuppie Award, Wild Card (Starliner Game), March 2020
  • CUPRAP Cuppie Award, Website Redesign (Gold), March 2019
  • CASE District II Accolades Awards, Campaign Website, February 2018
  • CASE District II Accolades Awards, Magazine Website, February 2017
  • CASE District II Accolades Awards, Institutional Home Page (Gold), February 2016
  • CASE District II Accolades Awards, Institutional Identity/Branding, February 2016
  • CASE District II Accolades Awards, Institutional Home Page, February 2011

Select Publications

Presentations

  • “Digital Signage” at LiveWhale Developers Conference, October 2016
  • “Getting the campus audience to visit your website” at LiveWhale Developers Conference, October 2015
  • “Digital Marketing in a Social World” at J. Boye Web & Intranet Conference, May 2012
  • “Surviving a Web Redesign and CMS Implementation” at CASE District II Conference, February 2011
  • “Back to Basics: Creating Effective Web Forms” at edUi Conference, November 2010
  • “Moving from Print to Electronic Publications” at CASE District II Conference, March 2009
  • “Adding Google Maps to Your College Website” at HighEdWebDev, October 2007
  • “Using the Google Maps API on Your Website” at EDUCAUSE, January 2006