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People listings for a microsite on pharm.ucsf.edu can be handled like these examples:
To create a people listing with this method:
Create a two-column table, applying the stylesheet class called people2018. (For more info about table stylesheet classes, see Tables.)
For each person’s row, insert the name and contact info in the first column, and insert the headshot in the second column set to size quarter or smaller and with no text wrapping.
To change or remove a people listing, edit the table, then publish the page.
Need help? Contact us at Website and Communications Support.
The Office of Planning and Communications manages people listings that appear at the following locations:
- School of Pharmacy Dean’s Office and all of its children pages
- Office of Student and Curricular Affairs
The School of Pharmacy Web Advisory Committee manages people listings that appear in People sections of our sites. For example:
- School of Pharmacy Faculty
- PharmD Degree Program Faculty
- Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Faculty
- Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences Faculty
- Department of Clinical Pharmacy Faculty
People listings on these sites appear with all of the following:
Pages listing groups of people
Each person has his or her own page
People information is shared among these sites. For example, a Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry faculty member is listed on pharmacy.ucsf.edu as well as pharmchem.ucsf.edu.
How to specify titles and admin roles for both faculty and staff members.
A headshot photo is required, minimum of 1,000 pixels in width.
If a lab website exists, include it in the Miscellaneous Links section—not in the Affiliations section.
Do not upload curriculum vitae in PDF format since it is more difficult to make accessible. Instead, ensure that his or her profile is current at UCSF Profiles. This page automatically links to that page.
A headshot photo is recommended but optional, minimum of 1,000 pixels in width.
Only department editors and system administrators can create a person listing:
Log in to pharmacy.ucsf.edu.
Select Content → Add Content → UCSF Person from the dark gray menu bar at the top of the page, then enter that person’s UCSF email address as it is shown in directory.ucsf.edu.
If all goes well, that person’s profile page opens for editing. Complete all sections as thoroughly as possible, then select the Save button. The new page should now be available to unauthenticated visitors..
However, if you encounter an error “LDAP entry does not allow release for [email address],” ask that person to:
- Visit directory.ucsf.edu.
- Select the Edit My Record button in the top right corner.
- Ensure that privacy settings for record visibility and email address are set to Public rather than UCSF Only or Private.
- Select the Save Changes button.
Wait at least 24 hours after that person changed their record, then try creating the person listing again. If it still does not work, let us know at Website and Communications Support.
- Video, 3 minutes: Add a new person listing
- Video, 1 minute, 43 seconds: Add a photo to a person listing
Only department editors and system administrators can change a person listing:
Find, edit, and save the person listing. Your changes are expected to be visible to unauthenticated visitors:
On pharmacy.ucsf.edu no later than one hour.
On department sites or program sites no later than two hours.
Changes to faculty profile data on UCSF Profiles or to person data in the PeopleConnect system are automatically reflected in our website after eight days. If you want our website to reflect the changes sooner, you can submit a request manually:
- Wait at least 24 hours since the change in question was made to UCSF Profiles or PeopleConnect.
- Log in to pharmacy.ucsf.edu, then find the person’s profile page.
- Select the horizontal tab called EDS/Profiles Update. After a few seconds, the page reloads, and system messages appear informing you of the results of the request.
Not seeing the result you expect? Contact us at Website and Communications Support.
Submit this request at Website and Communications Support.
Editorial Style Guide: People provides detailed guidance about communicating names, titles, degrees, and endowed faculty positions.