Understand the four benefits of completing your profile here on the Hub.
The "Publications" content type allows individual researchers to demonstrate their publishing efforts, including submissions and published materials.
Once you've added a publication, you may identify a need to change the publication after the fact.
If you've received grants, fellowships, or other research funding in your experience as a researcher, this information can be added to your profile.
The following fields and sections of Research Hub user profiles have been restricted to logged in users. This means a user must be logged in user to view the fields shown below. Those marked with an asterisk (*) were already restricted prior to today's update.
Learn more about faculty, students, fellows, and alumni who are actively working to build a community of scholarship.
Whether you’re brand new to the site or have been with us from the beginning, we’d love to hear from you on the experience you’re having so far. Your feedback helps us to continue to improve the site.
Registered Research Hubs users are invited to a 1 hour webinar offering new users a web walk-through. The webinar will focus on making use of the site. Check out the event listing (link below) for full agenda.
Feeling stuck? Check out these videos and walk-throughs to learn more about how to navigate Research Hub and set up your user account.