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How to Maintain and Create Student Web Pages

Our website receives over 3.8 million visits a week from local, national and international audiences outside the School. These visitors include researchers, prospective students and employers, policy makers, alumni, funding agencies and a vast interested public.

Posting your student page allows you to highlight your research, career goals and educational and professional expertise. It puts you in contact with those who can help your career, your research and your funding. It's fast and easy to do: Your personal page can go live online in minutes.

Your page will be viewable with all Internet browsers and searchable by keyword by search engines. And the information displayed to the public is completely customizable: Your choose whether to hide or show such contact information as your email address or phone number. Choose to list only your first name, if that feels right, or to upload a photo. It is up to you. You can also add links to other pages within the School website.

Create or update your student Web page at: commprojects.jhsph.edu/communications/students/login.cfm

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