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Profile

Create a profile, or list a group of profiles

The Profile content type can be used to create a profile page for an individual. A common use for this will be for faculty & staff listings in office and department sites, but you can also use it for student profiles, a featured speaker at an event - any time you might want to create a profile that might be displayed in multiple locations. That's one of the key advantages to using the Proflle content type instead of a standard General Content block. Profiles can be selected for display on any other section, by department affiliation, name, role, tags, and other selection criteria.

This example lists faculty and staff profiles for the Anthropology department.

Profile Cards

Here's that same list of profiles again, displayed as a grid of cards. There are two Profile Display options for cards; in the first example the Card Grid option is used, which will display the profile image, title, and summary text. The second row of cards is using the Contact Card option, which will use the phone and email content derived from the Profile in place of the summary text.

Note: the phone and email used here is not synchronized with the SCU phonebook, and the content display is not controlled by the SCU login controls used in the phonebook. If the profile content includes a direct email or phone number, the Contact Card will display that to any viewer, regardless of their SCU login state.

Nathan Anderson
Quarterly Adjunct Lecturer
Ryan Anderson<span></span>
Assistant Professor

Cultural Anthropology, Environmental anthropology, Coastal political ecology, Baja California, Mexico

Michelle Bezanson
Professor

Biological Anthropology, primates, Costa Rica

Nathan Anderson

Quarterly Adjunct Lecturer

Ryan Anderson<span></span>

Assistant Professor

Michelle Bezanson

Professor

Additional list options include Accordion and Link List displays.

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    Janet A. Flammang's research explores the relationship between meals, conversation, community and democracy.

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