Submit a Professional Headshot

We are proud of the work our students do, and we want the world to know why your research is important and how it will impact our future. Featuring student scholars and innovators on our website is just one piece of this crucial narrative — you are the faces (and voices!) of graduate research at Notre Dame. 

If, at any point during your time at Notre Dame, you have questions or concerns about your inclusion on our website, or have changed your mind about making your photo and/or name public, please contact the web team at gradsch@nd.edu. Although we would love to make your work more visible, your safety and peace of mind are always our priority.

Photo Authorization and Release Form 

If you have not yet completed the Photo Authorization and Release Form, please do so before submitting your photo. 

Submit Your Photo

Your Research Matters. You Matter.Your Research Matters. You Matter.

Images submitted to the Graduate School may be used for the Select Fellowship Recipient profiles, Grants and Fellowships Success Stories, or news stories featuring your research, as applicable. If you have questions regarding your photo submission, please contact the web team at gradsch@nd.edu.

File Guide:

  • Original JPG or TIF file preferred
  • Use your NetID as the file name so we can match it to the correct person
  • Portrait orientation required
  • Dimensions: at least 600px wide x 840px tall
  • Min. 300ppi resolution preferred (72ppi accepted for web-use only)

Photos may be submitted by email (please use your Notre Dame email account) or uploaded through the Box form below.

 

Submit Your Bio

If you would like to provide a brief biography detailing your graduate work and/or how your select fellowship has enriched your studies, we'll be happy to include the bio with your profile. Please include your NetID in the email, and send the text to gradsch@nd.edu for inclusion on the website. Limit this text to no more than 6-8 sentences; the Graduate School may edit biographies for clarity or brevity as necessary.