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Create a Student Profile

Hover over the black navigation bar >> Content >> Add Content >> Student Profile

Start with the student's full name.

Student Quote: The student quote should be taken from the main profile and something that shows how the BDPs, Vick advisors, Sanger Tutors, etc. helped the student or how a program enhanced their college experience. See previously published profiles for examples. 

Student Profile: The student profile section should be submitted by the student and edited by you for UGS style. The communications team will also give this a once-over but you will likely need to make some corrections, add links to program pages, fix typos, etc. Watch out for exclamation points. 

UGS Experience: The UGS Experience field should be a short summary of the profile submitted by the student. Something like this: 

    •  Ashley Rivera, who completed her BDP certificate in Media, Culture & Identities in fall 2015, spent the summer of 2015 on the coast of Nicaragua where she conducted ethnographic research on the Garifuna people. Her research explored the unique culture and identity of a black indigenous population within the broader Mestizo population of Nicaragua.

Profile Picture: Upload a profile picture at 125 x 125 pixels. 

Primary Program: Add the student’s primary program. 

All Programs (Optional): If a student mentions Sanger tutoring but their primary program is the BDPs, for example, mark all applicable programs in All Programs.

Fill out the Major, Minor, Graduation Year, BDP Certificate, Student Role (if applicable)

URL Path Settings: Only enter information after https://ugs.utexas.edu - URLs should always consist of the program/student-profiles/firstname-lastname. Ex: slc/student-profiles/maria-benson
Enter the proper program abbreviation first, “student-profiles” next, and some form of the student’s name. 

To finish and submit for publication: Click the Revision Information tab, enter a log message, and mark the moderation state as Needs Review when you are ready for the communications team to review and publish. If you’d just like to save it to edit later, mark it as Draft (Current).You must also send an email to the ugs-cms-admin@utlists.utexas.edu address to alert the team that you are ready for a review/publish of your content. 

Create a Faculty Profile

Hover over the black navigation bar >> Content >> Add Content >> Faculty Profile

Name: Start by entering the faculty member’s name, no honorifics before or after the name (e.g. Dr., Mr., Mrs., Ph.D., M.A., etc.).

Upload a profile picture, must be 125 x 125 pixels.

Choose the primary program associated with the professor.

Enter their course title.

Profile Quote: The profile quote is taken from the main body of the profile, just something that you think encapsulates the course. See previously published profiles for examples. Profile quote displays on the page featuring the collected profiles and the individual profile page. 

Body: The body should be the entire profile. Again, see other previously published examples to see the appropriate style and tone. Edit the content you received from the professor for UGS style. 

URL Path Settings: Only enter information after https://ugs.utexas.edu - URLs should always consist of the program/faculty-profiles/firstname-lastname. The completed URL should look something like: sig/faculty-profiles/r-crosnoe

To finish and submit for publication: Click the Revision Information tab, enter a log message, and mark the moderation state as Needs Review when you are ready for the communications team to review and publish. If you’d just like to save it to edit later, mark it as Draft (Current).You must also send an email to the ugs-cms-admin@utlists.utexas.edu address to alert the team that you are ready for a review/publish of your content. 


 

 

 

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