Communications & Marketing

Faculty profile pages

These professional pages list a faculty member's title, department/program, office location and email address, with sections for teaching and research interests, academic credentials and other pertinent information.

Profile pages are often prospective students' introduction to the College’s accomplished faculty. Current students and parents, peer institutions, alumni, and local and national media may visit these pages as well. It is therefore extremely important that they are accurate and up-to-date.

What is typically included on a faculty profile page


  • Name
  • job title (full title, e.g., Associate Professor of English, Feigenbaum Assistant Professor of Behavioral Economics, Professor of Visual Arts)
  • All departments and programs
  • office location
  • phone number(s)
  • email address
  • academic credentials (Degree abbreviations conform to AP style: B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S., Ph.D.)


  • Areas of expertise
  • Teaching interests
  • Research interest
  • Publications and/or exhibitions
  • High quality photograph

Faculty page example »

Updating pages/creating pages for new faculty

Faculty should first contact their department's designated web content maintainer.

Web content maintainers: You will find instructions on how to create and update profiles in the Google documentation linked to from your Drupal workbench. If you require further assistance, please contact the Web Communications' Help Desk (

(Note: Links to stories written by the Office of Communications and Marketing are often selected for inclusion on the appropriate faculty profile pages. Questions about the content of these stories should be sent to:


Photos for profile pages should be submitted via the Web Communications' Help Desk (


  • Professional-looking photos of decent quality
  • Images should be in the jpg/jpeg format
  • 500 x 500 pixels minimum size

None of the following, please:

This is an example of a black and white faculty photo

Black and white

This is an example of a blurry faculty photo


This is an example of a photo with too much glare


Example photo in a group

In a group

Example of an extreme close-up of faculty member's face

Too close up

Photograph of person with sunglasses

Wearing sunglasses


Substitute imagery