Jennifer teaches programming and mobile application development. She has her master’s degree in MSCIT from Regis University. Jennifer was a software developer for seven years before coming to Aims.
Greyson teaches a number of CIS subjects, including Database Administration, Web Design and Operating Systems. He enjoys history, leather working and computer scripting.
Lee began teaching at Aims in 2010 after working at Hewlett-Packard for 24 years. He has a master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Penn State University and a master's degree in Electrical Engineering from National Technological University. He holds several patents related to embedded computing systems.
Devlin teaches introductory and advanced courses in computer programming, operating systems and web development. In his spare time, he enjoys flying, motorcycling, fishing, and a variety of outdoor activities.
Dave received his BA at Adams State University in Alamosa in Business and started his career teaching computer programming at Brighton High School. At Brighton he also served as the unofficial IT person and developed an automated attendance and payroll program for the district. A lot of his schooling was at IBM in Denver. He went on to receive his MA at the University of Northern Colorado in Curriculum and Instruction. After retiring from Brighton he started teaching at Aims Community College.
Dave is married and he and his wife have 2 boys and 5 grandchildren 10 and under. While he enjoys teaching he also enjoys traveling with all the family. He will probably stay in Greeley since all of his family has settled there.
Connie has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Emporia State University (in Kansas) and a master’s degree in Horticultural Science from the University of Florida. After working as a biology technician, water analyst, and various other positions, she decided that computers are more fun. She received her degree at Aims in Computer Information Systems and has been teaching at Aims since 2002. She teaches Microsoft Office, beginning programming, web design, databases and computer basics. The best part is helping students understand a concept that they didn’t know before.
Marcus began teaching Introduction to Programming at Aims in 2017. He was a former student in the CIS program and loved it so he decided to come back to help the department that got him started in his career as a Software Engineer. Marcus enjoys baseball, board/video games and all things technology.
Laurie MacDonald Steel
Online Education/Interactive Technologies/Instructional Design Professional
Laurie is a skilled educational curriculum developer and technical educator with experience in web design, instructional design, interaction and digital media. She has a PhD in Educational Technology with a focus on Distance Education and Interactive Technologies.
Her areas of expertise include: Instructional Design Methodology, E-Learning Design
and Development, Education/Instruction, LMS Administration, Data Analysis, Project
Management, Interactive Web Design / Development Multimedia Production, Quality Assurance
and Technical Supervision.