Website updates


Send news and event items to your subject Web Editor or a Principal Web Publisher (PWP).  

For the creation of new webpages and changes to existing content, contact the subject Web Editor or a Principal Web Publisher (PWP) in the first instance.     

You can register to edit content on the School webpages - Register as a T4 Web Publisher. Please note this does not include access to your reseach profile, further guidance on this is below. 


How can I update my research profile page?

The categories on your research profile can include:

  • Biography
  • Research Interests
  • Publications – via Enlighten  
  • Grants
  • Supervision – a link to your research students profile automatically populate here. The supervision field should include details about your PhD supervision areas, listing interests and projects you would welcome. 
  • Teaching
  • Professional activities and recognition - via Enlighten. By consenting to make your Esteem data available, you can display the following in your profile: Editorial Boards / Grant Committees / Professional and Learned Societies / Research Fellowships / Prizes, Awards, Distinctions. 
  • Additional information

The following data on research profiles comes direct from University Systems.  

  • contact details: update in HR portal.
  • title and role: to update your title contact College HR
  • Esteem: Enlighten 
  • ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) identifier allows you to be uniquely identified and connected with your research activities.



Research students are responsible for managing their online profiles. All research students are required to register and complete training before their profile is published online.

Guidance on registering and managing a postgraduate reseach profile.


Subject Web Editors


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The University of Glasgow is committed to controlling and processing personal information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection laws. The personal data collected in the media consent form will therefore be controlled and processed in line with the relevant Data Protection laws and Regulations in the way(s) and purpose(s) detailed in the accompanying Privacy Notice.