Faculty Section Guidelines
Depending on the size of your school/college, there could be either one or two levels to your Faculty section.
Faculty Landing Page
This shows your departments listed in alphabetical order and links to new pages for each that list the corresponding department’s faculty. For information on how to structure the individual lists, please see the Faculty List section below.
COM’s faculty page follows the example of a school with a landing page navigating to distinct faculty pages by department.
For detailed faculty bios, visit the faculty page on the College of Communication website.
Faculty associated with each department at COM:
- Film & Television
- Mass Communication, Advertising & Public Relations
- Writing Program
Clicking on Film & Television then leads to that department’s faculty list.
This is a simple list of your current faculty with minimal biographic information.
|What to include||What NOT to include|
|A bulleted, comprehensive, alphabetical list of all currently associated faculty with basic biographic details, limited to degrees and awarding institutions and, optionally, a brief list of any research interests||Full faculty profiles. These belong on the school/college website.|
|An overview of the faculty breadth and specialties to complement program and course information.||Full contact list for each faculty member. This should appear on the school/college site as well.|
|Subsections by faculty type, if desired (particularly for those with long lists), such as Full, Joint, Adjunct, etc.|
|If appropriate, include a definition of faculty titles at the top of the page. For example, “The following list reflect primarily the 2011/2012 faculty. Emeritus and adjunct faculty and lecturers are part-time faculty normally employed outside the University.”|
A straight list, with no subsections, interests listed (optional).
- John Smith
Research Assistant Professor
BA, Johns Hopkins University; MS, PhD, Columbia University
Areas of interest: statistical computing, GIS systems
- Jane Strobal
BS, MS, University of Texas at Austin; PhD, Boston University
Areas of interest: database system development, local area networks
A list appearing under a subsection, interests not listed.
- Susan M. Akram
Clinical Professor of Law
BA, with honors, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; JD, Georgetown University Law Center; Diplome in International Human Rights, Institut International des Droits de l’Homme, Strasbourg (France)
- Marlene Alderman
Director of the Pappas Law Library, Associate Professor of Law and Legal Research
BS, cum laude, State University of New York at Buffalo; MLS, University of Maryland College of Library & Information Services; JD, with honors, George Washington University