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Faculty/Staff Websites & Bios

University Relations understands the importance of having a professional web presence for our faculty, staff and students.

Biography pages are available for all faculty and staff, as well as doctoral students or student employees (at the department's discretion). Additionally, professional website hosting is available for full-time faculty with the support of Information Technology.

Faculty & Staff Bios

Submit a Web Ticket

To request your bio be created or edit your existing bio please submit a web ticket

Note: Manning School of Business full-time and emeritus faculty bio information is pulled from Digital Profiles.

Below is the template for the faculty and staff bios that include all of the available fields. You do not have to fill out all of them in order to have a published bio. There are many bios that consist of as little as name, title, phone and email, however many have all or most of these fields filled out. You can also view your area's department etc. list to get a better idea what others have done in your area.

How to Submit an Faculty or Staff Bio

  1. Please right click on this bio form template (pdf) and save the link as a "Adobe Acrobat Document" to your computer or device.
  2. Next open it as a pdf and fill it out.
  3. Once you are done please save it as a new pdf and submit a web ticket with the pdf as an attachment to the ticket. A photo and CV can be submitted as well, however they need to be added as a reply after filing the initial ticket. Only one attachment can be uploaded when initially filing the ticket. Once ticket is created, you can add additional attachments.

See Photo specifications

emptyThe fields available in the bio template consist of:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Suffix (Ph.D. etc.)
  • Title
  • Department
  • Office
  • Phone
  • Fax
  • Email
  • Expertise/Activities (this is what feeds to the list view along with the name and department as well)
  • Educational Background (school, degrees – Ph.D. etc.)
  • Research Interests
  • Biosketch
  • Attachment (place for CV etc. in pdf format)
  • Website (faculty or otherwise)
  • Photo (if you don't send one a blue silhouette will be used)

Web Presence for Full-time Faculty

The Academic Technology Committee offers two opportunities for an online presence to provide faculty with professional websites to enhance the national visibility that UMass Lowell.

These solutions provide faculty with easy-to-use tools to create dynamic, mobile-responsive and ADA-compliant pages. The the first solution, sites.uml.edu, is a WordPress environment hosted by CampusPress running the ‘Elementor’ page builder. This widget-based editor and template is expected to be the more desirable solution due to the ease of use, number of features, and lack of HTML coding. The second solution, a secure SFTP server, will allow faculty to easily migrate existing content from faculty.uml.edu to this new environment. This is designed for faculty interested in using standard HTML editing software, like Adobe Dreamweaver.

Request a Faculty Website

Faculty.uml.edu is no longer accessible to faculty. Any content not migrated in 2018 to a new environment will not be available via a web browser; however, it has been archived.

Please reach out to Michael Lucas, FMichael_lucas@uml.edu or 978-934-4681, or Donna Mellen, Donna_Mellen@uml.edu or 978-934-42925 for more information.

Faculty Websites

  • Elementor offers faculty the freedom to customize and personalize web content with the ease of page templates & “drop and drag” widget technology. The end result allows faculty to reach high-end web designs, without coding that optimized for every device and screen. Learn more about Elementor.
  • Faculty SFTP is a secure server where existing content on faculty.uml.edu can be migrated over with little effort. It is designed for faculty interested in using standard HTML editing software, like Adobe Dreamweaver. Learn more about Faculty SFTP.

Course Materials

The UMass Lowell Blackboard Portal provides access and instructions for On-Campus and Online instruction. Blackboard Learn 9.1 is the official Learning Management System (LMS) for UMass Lowell. The LMS provides faculty with a robust platform for teaching web-enhanced, blended and fully online courses. Contact bbhelp@uml.edu, if you have questions or need assistance.

Find all the information you need on the IT website.