It is increasingly important for researchers to share their research data, analysis programs, and software tools with the scientific community in ways that go beyond static papers and are interactive, updatable, and searchable. However, graduate students and postdocs generally do not have the interest or skills to do this type of complex web development. Therefore, the UW CoE has partnered with the Wisconsin Materials Institute (WMI) to hire a full time staff to assist with these kinds of activities. Becky Torrisi has joined WMI as a Senior Programmer/Analyst to help you develop websites to disseminate data, online tools/applications, and services. She has extensive experience in developing user-centric web-based information systems for administration, and is now available to put those skills to use for you.