The People Directory
As a grad student, faculty member or staff member of the Department, you are automatically added to the CS People Directory. Your profile in the People Directory includes your contact information as well as any additional information you would like to add including your research area, education, research interests, research summary and a link to your publications/awards.
Updating your profile
To update your profile
- Log in to Webapps
- Click on your logged in name in the top right-hand corner of the page to bring up your profile
- Click the "Edit Profile" button to make changes
- Click the "Save" button when you are finished
You may change the photo connected to your profile by clicking the "Change photo" link.
- To add a new photo, click the "Browse" button to look through your directories
- After you've selected an image, click "Open"
- Then click the "Add Photo" button to upload
- You may get kicked back out to the Edit Profile screen
- Click the "Change photo" link again
- Make sure you select "Use this photo" under the image you would like to have displayed
- Click "Save" to apply this photo
The only contact information that you are allowed to add/edit is your website address.
- Grad students should contact the CSGSA to have their office and phone numbers updated.
- Faculty and staff can send an email to email@example.com to have their location (office) or phone number updated.
Education, position summary, research
You can format these fields using the following (limited) HTML tags. Remember that HTML tags typically start with an <opening tag> and end with a </closing tag>. W3 Schools is a good resource if you want to learn more.
- Paragraph tag surrounds a paragraph and leaves margins on the top and bottom
ie. <p>This is a paragraph</p>
- Break tag does not have a closing tag - breaks the line without leaving margins on the top and bottom
ie. I am writing some text<br>
- Anchor tag creates a link - the text between the tags being the linked text
ie. <a href="http://www.website.com">Link</a>
- An ordered list is one whose list items are numbered - every item in the list is signified by the list item tag
ie. <ol><li>Item one</li><li>Item two</li></ol>
- An unordered list is one whose list items are bulleted - every item in the list is signified by the list item tag
ie. <ul><li>Item one</li><li>Item two</li></ul>
In order for your profile to appear under a particular research area (in one of the "People by Research Area" lists), you must check off the Research Area(s) you belong to in your profile.
Please only check off the areas that you work in. Any groups that you are not formally a part of should instead be listed under Research Interests.
Publications and awards
Link to your publication and award listings by entering a url.