Personal Page Setup

There are two separate types of websites and a couple of places where your content may appear.

  • People Pages
    The people pages are just simple pages on our main department site. Every person who works in the department has a people page. You may link to a lab group website or personal website (if the content is professional) from that page. Our chemistry librarian, Ariel Andrea, can help with the addition of your publications.
  • Cards
    If you’re on a committee or in a leadership role, you may notice that your information appears on a card. The information on your card will match what is on your people page, so you only need to submit it once. See an example at the bottom of this page.
  • Lab Group Websites
    These are more robust, separate sites with multiple pages and more information about the staff in your lab. Many professors select a trusted graduate student or postdoc to help manage the content on this site. To request a lab group website or to transfer your content from an old to a new lab group website, contact our communications department.
  • Personal Websites
    If you have a personal website that contains professional-type information, you may request that we link to it from your people page. The communications department encourages professional staff, undergraduates, graduate students and postdocs to create personal websites that showcase research and CV material. Please reach out if you would like advisement on how to get started or how to curate content. Links to personal sites that do not focus on research, education.

People Page Setup

  • We are happy to connect to your research or personal (professional-style) website. Our doing so may increase your Google ranking.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, png.
    There's no need to use a professional photographer, but please make sure the photo is at least 400 x 400 pixels at 72 dpi. Most cell phone photos with good lighting will work. Do not include other people in your photo.
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, png.
    You may upload photos of you doing research or teaching. All research photos must include the use of proper PPE and long hair must be secured.