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Steps to Edit Your Personnel Page

Now you have control

You can edit your own personnel page to keep your information up-to-date. It's really easy. You simply login with your UGA myID, navigate to your personnel page and click on the "edit" tab. 

A Note to New Graduate Students, Post-Docs, Faculty and Staff

If you are a new graduate student, post-doc, faculty or staff member who does work in Genetics, please put in a helpdesk ticket to the Franklin College Office of Information Technology so that the web team can add you to the site!

Steps to edit your personnel page

Login with your myID

Go to the user login page and login with your UGA myID. If you have trouble logging-in, please put in a helpdesk ticket to the web team.

You may get a message to confirm security exception. Please confirm.

When you log-in, you will see your user account. This is not the same thing as your personnel page. Ignore this information, and go to the next step.

Go to your personnel page

Navigate there using the directory; click on your name to view your page. Important: You must go to your personnel page in the directory.

Click on the edit tab

If you are logged-in, there should be an edit tab above your personnel page; click it. Don't worry; site admins are the only other ones who have access to your page.

Edit your page

Some of your information that is already filled-out may need to be updated. Feel free to do so. Most personnel pages are outdated and do not automatically have a biography or picture, so tell folks about yourself. Your students, colleagues, visitors and prospective students all want to know! You are welcome to discuss your research interests as well. 

Click the "save" button

You must save your changes, or they will not take into effect.


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